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WILMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 

WILMINGTON. MASSACHUSETTS 














Unloading the buses at 7:45 AM. 



Preparing for the day in homeroom. 




A TYPICAL 




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Opening Exercises. 




Aspiring Homemakers. 





Deep concentration in a study hall. 



Rushing to class after the break. 







DAY AT W.H.S. 




Future carpenters practice their skills. 




Writing letters in type class. 




The long lunch line. 




The electricity shop. 




Searching for reference material in the library. 




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The busy day is over! 



VISITING HOURS . . . 




CONTENTS 



. . AFTER HOURS. 



FOREWORD 


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IN MEMORIAM 


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DEDICATION 


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ADMINISTRATION 




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SUPERLATIVES 


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SPORTS 


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FOREWORD 




In a sincere effort to reflect the memo- 
rable occasions of our high school days, 
the yearbook staff presents the 1965 
Hourglass. Our moments of gaiety at 
our proms and dances, victory and de- 
feat at our sporting events, somber mo- 
ments of study, and the joy of being se- 
niors are pictured on the following 
pages. 

We, the staff of the 1965 Hourglass, 
truly hope that the memories captured 
in these photographs will be lasting and 
dear to each member of the class. 



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IN MEMORIAM 




RICHARD WOLLER 

There is an open gate at the end of the road 

Through which each must go alone, 

And there in a light we cannot see 

Our Father claims his own; 

Beyond the gate our loved one 

Finds happiness and rest, 

And there is comfort in the thought 

That a Loving God knows best. 







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IN DEDICATION 



We, the class of 1965, wish to express our grati- 
tude to our great friend and guidance counselor, 
Mr. Vincent J. Gallucci. Affectionately known to us 
as "Uncle Vinnie," he has dedicated himself to assis- 
ting each member of our class in reaching our goals 
and fulfilling our dreams for the future. 

Whenever we had a problem, personal or other- 
wise, he was always there to hear us out and lend a 
helping hand. With deepest appreciation for the 
many favors he has done for us as individuals and as 
a class, we dedicate The Hourglass to Mr. Gallucci. 




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TO THE GRADUATING CLASS 








THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE AND MR. SHEA FRONT: Mr. Lynch, Mr. Shea, Mr. Keen, chair- 
man; and Mr. Connolly. REAR: Mr. Hartnett, Mr. Brewster, and Mr. Roberti. 



Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Shea. 




To the Class of 1965: 

Your steady growth into fine young adults has been the source 
of much satisfaction to the members of the School Committee 
and the School Administration during the past four years. 

We have admired your energetic drive to improve the life of 
the school, to obtain high scholastic attainment, to pursue 
meaningful extracurricular activities, and to perform heart-warm- 
ing deeds in behalf of your fellow students and teachers. 

We salute you on one of the memorable occasions of your life 
— graduation — and wish you success and happiness in your fu- 
ture endeavors! 

Yours very truly, 



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Congratulations and best wishes on your graduation 
from high school. I sincerely hope that each and every 
one of you will succeed in your ambitions. 

You are graduating at a historical time in the annals 
of Wilmington High School, for as you leave to make 
your way in life, so also leaves one whose ideals you 
might well adopt to guide you successfully through life. 

Miss Laura Marland retires this year after forty-six 
dedicated years in the service of your high school. There 
is not enough money in this world to pay this wonderful 
person for the good she has done and the hours she has 
toiled to make it possible for the youth of Wilmington to 
become more intelligent and decent citizens. 

Fortunate are you who have been privileged to have 
attended her classes. You would do well to copy her code 
of ethics. 

Harold E. Driscoll 
Assistant Principal 



Congratulations to the Class of 1965 upon your 
graduation from High School! May the future un- 
fold for you in health, joy, and success in your ev- 
ery endeavor. 

The Class of 1965 has a dual distinction — first, 
in concluding the final phase of your education at 
Wilmington High School, and secondly being the 
last of forty-six classes to have had the privilege of 
being taught by Miss Laura N. Marland. 

Dedication has been a deep-rooted trait in the 
sterling character of Miss Marland. As the years 
roll by, may she hold an honored place in your 
memory. Treasure her teaching, and may her guid- 
ance and example be a continued source of inspira- 
tion to you. as it has been to her colleagues. 

Mr. Bernard P. McMahon 
Principal 




Miss M. Fowler 
English Speech 



Mrs. C. Kaplan 
English 




Mrs. S. Horwitz 
English 



Mrs. K. Bestany 

English 



Miss M. Muldoon 
English 



Mr. R. Hamilton 

English 



Mr. J. Day 

English 



Miss K. Helmer 
English 



Miss E. Kennedy 
English 



Mrs. H. Taylor 
English 



Mrs. J. Aldrich 

English 

Journalism 




WITH SPECIAL TRIBUTE . . . 

Ever since 1919, Miss Laura N. Marland, 
Chairman Emeritus of the English Depart- 
ment, has devoted her life to teaching at 
Wilmington High School. She was a highly 
qualified instructor, having graduated Sum- 
ma Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with 
an A.B. from Jackson College, and an M.A. 
from Tufts University. Retiring this year 
from the career she loved so deeply, Miss 
Marland will never be forgotten by the 
many people who have had the pleasure of 
knowing her during her 45 years of service. 



Miss L. Marland 



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ART, INDUSTRIAL, AND HOME 
ECONOMICS DEPARTMENTS 





Mrs. M. Davis 
Art 



Mr. J. Pollard 




Mr. R. Dicey 


Electronics 


Mr. A. Hambelton 


Drafting 
Woodworking 


Mr. J. Hansen 


Woodworking 


Mr. F. Lentine 


General Math 


Drafting 


Graphic Arts 




Mrs. Lowry 

Clothing 

Child Care 

Family Living 



Mrs. A. McDermott 
Home Economics 



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Miss J. Dellacasa 




Miss G. McManus 




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Business Math 


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Mr. C. Shiere 




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Miss M. Blanchard 


Bookkeeping 


Miss F. Kazalski 




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Business Math 


Business 


Mrs. G. Webber 






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LANGUAGE AND MATHEMATICS 






DEPARTMENTS 




Miss C. Delaney 
French, English 



Mr. R. McLean 
German, Spanish 



Mr. T. Eagar 

Latin, English 

Driver Ed. 



Miss R. Brandt 
Spanish 



Miss C. Berlinghieri 
French 



Mrs. E. Baran 
French 



Miss R. Cardella 
French 




Mr. A. Davis 
Shop Math 



Mr. J. Babcock 
Algebra, Geometry 



Miss V. Gregg 
Geometry, Algebra 



Mr. J. Murphy 
Math, Phys. Ed. 



Mrs. T. Evans 

Math, Algebra 

Geometry 



Mr. F. Kelley 

Algebra II 

Advanced Math 



Miss M. Halpin 
Algebra, Advanced Math 



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MUSIC AND' SCIENCE DEPTS. 




Mr. B. D. Townshend 
Music 



Miss L. M. Kalil 
Supervisor of Music Ed. 



Mr. D. DeGrazia 

Director of 
Music Education 




Mr. J. Coffin 
Physics 
Science 



Mr. E. Sullivan 

Chemistry 
General Science 



Mr. R. F. Breakey 
Biology I 
Biology II 



Miss G. Dadoly 

Science 

Chemistry 



Dr. E. W. Farello 

Biology I 

Earth Science 

Physical-Science 



Mrs. V. M. Duffy 
Biology 



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PHYSICAL ED. AND SOCIAL STUDIES DEPTS. 







Mr. J. Murphy 

Math 

Phys. Ed. 



Mrs. C. Hayes 
Phys. Ed. 



Miss A. McCarthy 
Phys. Ed. 



Mr. F. Bellissimo 
Phys. Ed. 




Mr. A. Gould 
Geography 



Mr. C. Keady 

World History 

Anc. History 



Mr. B. Shea 

U.S. History 

Latin Amer. Hist. 



Mr. G. Cogan 

U.S. History 

Prob. of Demo. 



Mr. S. Curley 

Prob. of Demo. 

Civics 

U.S. History 



Miss T. Murphy 

American History 

Ancient History 



Mr. J. Beaton 

Economics 

U.S. History 



Miss L. LeBauer 

Civics 

8th grade History 

International Affairs 



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GUIDANCE AND ADMINISTRATION 




Guidance Counselors: Mr. J. Gould, Mr. V. Gallucci, Miss I. Sharp, Mr. J. Hamilton, and 
Miss M. Marshall. 







Mrs. E. Day 
Secretary 






Mrs. V. Erickson 
Librarian 



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SENIOR GLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR 




The Officers and our advisor, "Sully" 




Mr. Sullivan, our advisor 



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SENIOR SECTION 








LINDA ANN ABELLI 

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brother!" "Really." 



FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, 

FAVORITE SPORT: Archery. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Problems of Democracy. 

PET PEEVES: Doing Stenography homework, getting up early in the morning. 

HOBBIES: Music, art, dancing, buying clothes, records, movies 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff. 

REMEMBERS: Spring Festival, "Rose of the Danube." 

AMBITION: To become an accomplished legal secretary. 



DORIS FRANCES ABROMOVITCH 

Dor 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Ya wouldn't lie to me, wouldya?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 

PET PEEVE: People who think they're bigger and better than others. 
HOBBIES: Wilmington Crusaders Drum and Bugle Corps, laughing, sleeping 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee. 

REMEMBERS: Five-minute break, lunch, writing notes, all the fun with Sheila, Judy, Donna, Renie, 
and Benny. 

AMBITION: To be successful in whatever I do. 





JULIA MARIE ALBOWICZ 

Jay 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "We all know that." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Skating. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 

PET PEEVE: People who think they're better than everyone else. 

HOBBIES: Buying records and sweaters. 

REMEMBERS: "Rose of the Danube." 

AMBITION: To graduate and leave Wilmington. 



RICHARD AYER 
Rick 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Metal. 
PET PEEVE: Monday mornings. 
HOBBIES: Working with cars. 
REMEMBERS: Metal shop, Mr. Murphy. 
AMBITION: To be successful in whatever I attempt. 



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BEVERLY ANN AYOTTE 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, sugar!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Waterskiing. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Problems of Democracy. 

PET PEEVES: People who always want to run things, Junior Variety Show director. 

HOBBIES: Waterskiing, reading, writing letters, television, babysitting, having fun like everyone else. 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show; Chorus 1; Alpha Staff 3; Senior Play Committee; Yearbook Staff. 

REMEMBERS: Junior Variety Show rehearsals, French conversations, football games, classes missed 

for meetings, Mr. Kelley's elephant jokes. 

AMBITION: To come back and teach. 





JOANNE MARIE BAKER 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Ya, sure!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Dave. 
PET PEEVE: The boy's night out. 
HOBBIES: Dancing, driving. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Junior Prom Committee; Latin Club 2; Intra- 
mural Basketball 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff; Junior Variety Show Ticket Com- 
mittee; Science Fair 1; Senior Play Cast; French Club 4. 
REMEMBERS: The year I didn't have Mr. Kelley, passing notes, Sunday afternoon convertible rides. 

AMBITION: To graduate from college and to get married. 



JEANNE L. BALCH 

Jeanne 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Do you have a problem?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Lunch. 
PET PEEVE: People who call me "Bleachie." 
HOBBIES: Waterskiing, swimming, horseback riding. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show; Yearbook Staff. 
REMEMBERS: Parties in Middleton, summers on Cape Cod, W.H.S. Football games. 
AMBITION: To have a happy and successful life. 





JOHN BALDWIN, JR. 

Swinger 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting. 

PET PEEVES: Class meetings, teachers who keep you after. 
HOBBIES: Carnivals,. G.I.Q.'s. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 3,4; Boxing 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show. 
REMEMBERS: Running to lunch, football practice, Junior Variety Show, beach parties, our great 
prom. 
AMBITION: To succeed in whatever I attempt and to learn to spell. 



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PAUL BANNISTER 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "It's oblivious." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Track. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Mathematics. 

PET PEEVES: Arrogant, conservative teachers; useless rules. 

ACTIVITIES: Math League 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Spring track; Latin Club, V.P. 4; Cross-Country; 
National Honor Society; Interact Club, President, 4. 
REMEMBERS: Boring useless classes, wasted time. 
AMBITION: To never be satisfied. 






DENNIS R. BARNABY 

Denny 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You want to 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 
HOBBY: Guitar. 

REMEMBERS: Mr. Kelly's jokes. 
AMBITION: To become a draftsman. 





LINDA R. BARRET 
Linda 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey Sweets." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Skiing. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Home Economics. 
PET PEEVE: People who hate people. 
HOBBIES: Playing records and the tape recorder. 
REMEMBERS: Waiting for lunch period. 
AMBITION: To be an airline hostess. 



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PAUL BERGMAN 

FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 
PET PEEVE: P.T.A. 
HOBBY: Archery. 
AMBITION: To get rid of P.T.A. 



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LYNN K. BILLINGS 
Tex 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Bologna" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVES: Getting up in the morning, people who think they're big stuff. 
HOBBIES: Ann, playing sports. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 1,4. 

REMEMBERS: Basketball teams '63, '64, Coach Belissimo's football practices, Washington, Good 
"old" Mr. Day. 
AMBITION: To be happy. 





DONNA BLAKESLEE 

Denelda 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Yuck!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Typing. 

PET PEEVE: The food served in the cafeteria. 

HOBBY: Coins. 

ACTIVITIES: Business Club. 

REMEMBERS: Football games, Junior week, Junior Variety Show. 



ELIZABETH ANN BORGHETTI 
Betsy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I guess!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Ice skating. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Art. 
PET PEEVE: Getting up early. 

HOBBIES: Drawing, sewing, eating, skating, bowling. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1,3; Chorus 1,2; Junior Prom Committee, Dance Committee 1,2,3,4; Latin 
Club 2. 

REMEMBERS: Football games, dances, P.J. parties, gossip. 
AMBITION: To succeed in what ever I do. 






RONALD BOUVIER 

Ron 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Who done it." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Boxing. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVES: Waking up at 7:15 A.M., poison pen letters. 
HOBBIES: Kathy, swimming, fishing, working on Bessie. 
ACTIVITIES: Boxing 1,2,3. 

REMEMBERS: Staying after school 'til 4:00 most of the Sophomore year. 
AMBITIONS: To go to California in '65, to make a million, to live, love, laugh and be ugly. 



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GEORGE A. BRIGHT 

Goldy 

FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
ACTIVITY: Junior high basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Math and work study. 
HOBBIES: Girls and working on cars. 
PET PEEVES: Chevys and Problems class. 



ROBERT NELS BRYN 
Bob 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I don't know." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Problems of Democracy. 

HOBBY: Coin collecting. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2,3.4. 

AMBITION: To become a police officer. 





C. MICHAEL BURNS 
Mike 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You noticed " 

FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: American History. 

PET PEE\~E: Large gym classes. 

HOBBIES: Waterskiing, boating, cars, girls. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Football 1.2; Basketball 2; Hockey 1.3; Junior Prom Committee, 

Junior Variety Show. Senior Play Committee. 

REMEMBERS: Washington, V.J.G, Ritchie ?, giving Bob a hard time at J.Y. basketball. 

AMBITION: To own a private island on Winnepesaukee. 



JUDITH ELIZABETH BUSWELL 
Judi 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 'This is true!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Gabbing and boys. 

PET PEEVE: People who think it's funny to be taller than I. 

HOBBIES: Ken, talking on the phone, to Pat, Gillie, and Ginny. 

REMEMBERS: Lunch in our Junior year, talking to Hazel on George's C.B. rig. 

AMBITIONS: To always be a happy as I am now and to have Ken, George, Tweetie, and Ginny 

share it with me. 








KENNETH B. BUTLER 
Ken 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Is that right?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVES: Gym, waiting for the bus after school. 
HOBBIES: Sharon, basketball. 

ACTIVITIES: Class President 1,2; Chorus 1; Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Dance committee 2,3,- 
4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 4; Intramural Basketball Coach 3. 
AMBITION: To be a successful in whatever I do. 





ARTHUR R. BUXTON 

Art 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What goes on here?" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Bookkeeping. 

PET PEEVE: Being run over in the halls. 

HOBBIES: Fishing, skating. 

REMEMBERS: The stuff called food in the cafe. 

AMBITION: To become a bum. 



RUTH ANN BUXTON 
Rut hie 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You're kidding!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Ice skating. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 
PET PEEVES: Crowded lunch rooms, homework. 
HOBBIES: Skating, bowling, skiing, swimming, sewing, eating. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1; Dance Committee 1,2; Junior Prom Committee; Chorus 1,2. 
REMEMBERS: Football games, dances, Junior Variety Show, P.J. parties. 
AMBITION: To be a teacher. 




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BRUCE CAMBER 

Zeke 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hot stuff." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hustling. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Opposite sex, Mr. Kelley. 

PET PEEVES: Anything with more than two wheels and more than my 16 h.p., "nosey" girls. 
HOBBIES: Running wild in the great outdoors, girls, The Garden of Eden. 

ACTIVITIES: Vice-President 1; Chorus 1,2; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee; Math 
League 4; Junior Variety Show; Boy Cheerleading 3; Interact 3,4; Student Council 3, President 4. 
REMEMBERS: What I forgot, Mr. Kelley's brainwashing, P.M., C.B., J.E., M.H., T.F. and her black 
nylons. 



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DOROTHY L. CAMPBELL 
Dotty 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Ya know." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Racing to cafe at lunch time. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Art in my junior year. 

PET PEEVES: My brother, boys of W.H.S., not having "Irish" in our senior class, bad report cards. 
HOBBIES: Jake, helping the boys fix cars, not doing any homework. 
ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show; Dance Committee 3. 

REMEMBERS: "3 of the 3," The "Majesties," people bothering me when I'm writing a note to a 
certain boy, Barry leaving to go into the Army. 






CHARLES CARPENTER 

Chuck 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting. 
PET PEEVE: Mr. Kelley's tests. 
ACTIVITIES: "The Conspirators," Chorus 2. 
REMEMBERS: Mr. Kelley's sense of humor. 
AMBITION: To be an architect. 




ROBERTA J. CARPENTER 
Carp 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey, fellas, wait for me!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Law. 

PET PEEVE: Waiting for a certain someone to call at night and then not getting the call. 
HOBBIES: Talking on the phone, going out, all those little fights with J. 
ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Pin Committee. 
REMEMBERS: Trying to stay awake in Problems, Junior Prom, skipping school in my junior year. 
AMBITION: To live a happy, successful life — married. 



CAROL A. CARRASCO 
Ca 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey, don't I wish!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Art. 
PET PEEVES: A "red stripe," that 8:00 bell. 
HOBBIES: Dancing, driving, drawing. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance committee 2,3,4; Alpha Staff 3,4; Pep Club 2; Science Fair 1; Spanish Club 3; 
Junior Banquet Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Basketball: Intramural 1, Junior Varsity 2, Var- 
sity 3; Yearbook staff 4; Senior Class Play 4; Junior Variety Show. 

REMEMBERS: How scared I was the night of the Junior Variety Show, being "Dinah" in the play, 
W.H.S. football games, the leader of the "Discords." 



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RAYMOND A. CASHMAN 
Ray 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What-do-ya-know!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

PET PEEVES: Mr. Curley's Problems class, calling teachers by their first names. 
HOBBIES: Fishing, going on vacations, girls. 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show; Senior Class Play; Teachers' Variety Show; Radio Club. 
REMEMBERS: Mr. Lentine's Print class, Mr. Pollard, Mr. Hansen, Mr. Hambelton. 
AMBITION: To become a successful Electronics Engineer. 





GEORGE J. CASSELLO 

The White Tornado 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You athlete." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVES: Fighting with Janet, homework, school. 

HOBBIES: Sleeping, fishing. 

ACTIVITIES: Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 3,4. 

REMEMBERS: Middleton, Junior week, Marshfield, the office. 

AMBITION: To be a success and to get along with Janet. 



JOYCE A. CHINN 

Chinny, Chinn, Chinn 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Get lost!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Algebra I. 
PET PEEVE: "college" boys. 

HOBBIES: Sewing, speed skating, bowling, making new friends, doing the opposite of what everyone 
thinks I'll do. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 3,4. 

REMEMBERS: Parties after bomb scares, the Canteen's roller skating parties, the summer of '63, last 
year's senior dance, telling J.G to get lost. 
AMBITION: To be friends with all my enemies and buy a new Corvette every year. 





JOYCE ANNE CHISHOLM 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "So I says to myself." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Mr. Hamilton's 11th grade English class. 

PET PEEVES: Spending money, conceited girls, Red Sox when behind, when the car doesn't start, 
sand pile moving to Lowell, keeping secrets. 
HOBBIES: Sewing, knitting, cooking, children, driving the car. 
ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dance Committee 3. 



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Chooch 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "That's silly!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Latin. 

PET PEEVES: 7th & 8th graders that are bigger than I, unfriendly people, boys that drink. 
HOBBIES: Waterskiing, boys, having fun, M.K. 

ACTIVITIES: J. V. Basketball 2, Varsity 3; Basketball Cheerleading 2; Football Cheerleading 3,4; Soft- 
ball 4; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show; Senior Play Committee; 
Latin Club Secretary 4; Pin Committee; Yearbook Staff. 

REMEMBERS: Middleton, fun at W.H.S., Mr. Sullivan, Uncle Vinny, Mr. Eagar. 
AMBITION: To become a teacher, get married, and raise a tall family. 



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BARBARA COE 

Barbette 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, deliver me from these nuts!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Bowling. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Boys. 

PET PEEVE: Snobs. 

HOBBY: Gossiping. 

REMEMBERS: The problems I had with Mr. O'Rouke. 




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NANCY LOUISE COLE 
Nance 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, you got to be kidding!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Geometry 

PET PEEVES: Miss Murphy's U.S. History class, two-faced people, saving money. 
HOBBIES: Reading, spending money, ice skating. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance committee 2; Alpha Staff 3; Senior Class Play Committee; French Club 4. 
REMEMBERS: The bomb scares when they had to send everyone home, Mr. Kelley's jokes, and his 
saying "Be reasonable . . . do it my way!" Mr. Hamilton's saying, "Basically." 



RICHARD J. CONE 
Dick 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What'd you say?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Skiing. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT. Lunch. 
PET PEEVES: Mr. Kelley's jokes, English 403. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 3, Junior Variety Show, Dance Committee 4. 
AMBITION: To graduate. 



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NANCY ELLEN CONNOLLY 
H. P. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hi, Love!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Lunch. 

PET PEEVES: The class pals, the class treasurer, the cheerleading advisor. 
HOBBIES: Sewing, swimming, shopping, driving. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; 
Alpha Staff 3; Yearbook Staff; Basketball Cheerleader 3; Football Cheerleader 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee; French Club 4. 
REMEMBERS: K.S.M., January 18 r 1964: my brother, hissing at Mr. Kelley. 



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MARY ANNE CONNORS 
Mac 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, boy!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Tennis. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: French. 
PET PEEVE: Book reports. 

HOBBIES: Bike riding, playing the trumpet, reading, drawing, swimming, fishing, tennis. 
ACTIVITIES: Softball 2; Band 2,3,4; Junior Variety Show; Senior Play; Latin Club 2; French Club 
4. 

REMEMBERS: Struggling through three years of math, the fun of being in the Junior Variety Show 
and Senior Play. 
AMBITION: To be a teacher or an interpreter. 



CORYDON CATES COOMBS 
Cory 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I give up!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Meditating. 
HOBBIES: Guitar, Mr. Graceffa and his problems. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; French Club 4; Junior Variety Show. 
REMEMBERS: Making like an Eskimo in Mr. Kelley's room, visits with Linda behind corridor doors, 
the weekend band trip to a remote place called Groveton, N.H. 
AMBITION: To make eyeglasses for cross-eyed people. 





PAUL A. COTE 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You're not too swift." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVES: Seventh and eighth graders and their lockers. Spanish. 
HOBBIES: Cars, records, sports, girls. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2; Cross-Country 3; Junior Variety Show. 

REMEMBERS: The beach parties, Junior Variety Show, all the people I met during high school. 
AMBITION: To go to college and be successful and rich. 



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JUDITH A. CROKE 

Judy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "That's your problem!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Softball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: French. 
PET PEEVES: Ruth's driving, a boy with red hair. 

HOBBIES: Water skiing, horse back riding, talking on the phone with the kids, Al. 
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club; Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 2,3,4. 
REMEMBERS: W.H.S., football games, the prom, "Louie Louie," cornstalking. 



ALBERT CUOCO 
Al 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Goop!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Stomping grapes. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math. 
PET PEEVE: Rats. 
HOBBIES: Wine, women, and song. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3; Track 1; Class Vice President 3,4; National Honor Society 3, President 
4; Dance Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show 3; Band 1,2,3. 

REMEMBERS: Rexicanna, Middleton, going out with the boys, Uncle Vinny, Washington, Moses' 
hut, the buyers, the woodie, my girl. 
AMBITION: To keep out of trouble. 





PAUL J. CURRIER 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Schypps!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Guidance. 

PET PEEVE: Taking care of G.D., B.M., D.O., J.G, and M.K., over the weekends. 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,4; Ring Committee; Dance Committee 3,4. 
REMEMBERS: Middleton, Junior Week and the sign, guidance appointments and Uncle Vinnie, 
Grace before lunch, the trip to Washington with the football team, The Rex, Earth Science class, the 
Junior Variety Show, Cops and Robbers at Topsfield. 
AMBITION: To get some seat covers for my car. 



DAVID DA SILVA 

Goose 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Gro-o-o-o" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Problems of Democracy. 

PET PEEVE: "Pete." 

REMEMBERS: Marshfield. 

HOBBY: Fishing. 

AMBITION: To become a computer operator. 



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DOUGLAS P. DAYTON 
Doug 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What . . .?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting. 

PET PEEVE: Teachers and graduates who call me Dave. 

HOBBIES: Swimming, driving, reading Sports Illustrated, refereeing basketball games, being with Bette. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,4; Basketball Manager 2,3,4. 

REMEMBERS: 1962 championship football team, 1964 — first year playing varsity football, Mr. Kel- 
ley's corny jokes. 
AMBITION: To go on to further education and get a good job. 





FRANCES MARIE DELISLE 

Frani 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "It's unbelievable!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Shorthand. 

PET PEEVES: People who think they are better than everyone else, Junior Variety Show rehearsals. 
HOBBIES: Cooking, shopping for clothes. 

ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary 1,2,3,4; Basketball Cheerleader 1; Football Cheerleader 2,3; Dance 
Committee 2,3,4; Business Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Pep Club 2,3; Senior Class Play; Junior Vari- 
ety Show; Yearbook Staff; Junior Class Banquet Committee. 

REMEMBERS: Middleton, Miss McManus' talks, collegiates, lunch room, Louie Louie, Lorraine and 
our disagreements. 

AMBITIONS: To go to business school and become a private secretary, and to live a happy life with 
whomever God chooses for me. 



PATRICIA DELUCIA 
Kid 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You know, it's all right!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English literature. 

PET PEEVE: Conceited people who always think the world is against them. 
HOBBIES: Bowling, dancing, and having fun with the kids. 
ACTIVITY: Chorus 2. 

REMEMBERS: Arguing with Mr. Day, lunch with the kids. 
AMBITIONS: To become a wife and mother, to live up to the reputation of W.H.S. 





DIANA E. D'ERRICO 
Dee 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "So I says to myself . . . self!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Mr. Day's English class. 
PET PEEVE: Small town. 
HOBBY: Acquiring five studies every year. 
ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 3; Senior Play Committee. 
REMEMBERS: Mr. Murphy's Science class, Mr. Shiere's B.A. class. 
AMBITION: To get rich quick. 



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DENNIS DE MAGGIO 

Denny 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "That's clean!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Business Math. 

PET PEEVES: People who are stuck up, people who are afraid to fight for their rights. 
HOBBIES: Suzanne and baseball. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4. 

REMEMBERS: Swampscott game — we lost 4 to 3, walking Suzanne to classes and being in her 
Business Math class. 
AMBITION: To get married and live a simple, everyday, happy life. 



RICHARD N. DENAULT 
Rich 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I don't know." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Water skiing. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Biology. " 

PET PEEVE: People who like Mercury outboard motors. 
HOBBIES: Spending money, girls, speed boats. 

REMEMBERS: Nothing! I'm going to try to forget my twelve miserable years in school. 
AMBITIONS: To own and run a Johnson outboard motor and boat shop. 





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LORRAINE M. DIAS 

Rainy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Take a break." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Typing. 

PET PEEVES: People who are stuck-up, getting up for school. 
HOBBIES: Ricky, dancing, movies. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1,2; Business Club 2; Chorus 1,2; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 
3; Yearbook Staff. 

REMEMBERS: The great football games, M. Mc's Shorthand class. 
AMBITION: To be a successful secretary. 



MICHAEL PAUL DOUCETTE 
Mike 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "You alright?" "That a pepper?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Study, drafting. 
PET PEEVES: Monday mornings, homework. 
HOBBIES: Collecting records, cars, parties. 
AMBITIONS: To get out of school, get a good job, buy a good car, and buy my own house. 



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JOAN R. DRAHEIM 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVES: Having my little brother tease me, steal my diary, then read it aloud to the rest of the 
family. 

HOBBIES: Reading, listening to music, gardening, stamp collecting, eating, making people wait for 
me. 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 3,4; Yearbook Staff; National Honor Society 4; Senior Play Committee. 
REMEMBERS: Mr. Hamilton's unique writing assignments. 
AMBITIONS: To obtain a college education, to learn to make the best use of my time and talents. 





JOYCE P. DREW 
J.D. 
FAVORITE SPORT: Tennis. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Journalism. 
PET PEEVE: Over-crowded buses. 

HOBBIES: Knitting, archery, swimming, piano, painting. 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show; Chorus 1; Alpha Staff 3, Editor 4; Spanish Club 3; National 
Honor Society 4. 
AMBITION: To graduate from college. 



EILEEN L. DURANT 
Ed 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, crumb." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Softball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Gym. 

PET PEEVES: People who call me "Dimples," boys who are never on time. 
HOBBIES: Boys, sports, talking on the telephone with the kids, scooping with J. B. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Pep Club; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Va- 
riety Show; Senior Play; Softball 4; Yearbook Staff; Chorus 1,2. 

REMEMBERS: Stuie's temper tantrums at the Junior Variety Show, Cornstalkin', Middleton. 
AMBITION: To decide what I want to be in life, then become it. 






EUGENE E. DUSSAULT 
Gene-o 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I'm just kidding." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting. 
PET PEEVES: Monday mornings, homework. 
HOBBY: Playing hockey. 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2,3,4; Dance Committee 2,3; Prom Committee 3. 

REMEMBERS: Uncle Vinnie and his office, Rexicana, Bruin's games, Cops and Robbers at 
Topsfield, Earth Science with Doc Farello, Junior Week and the sign, Middleton, "Louie Louie." 
AMBITION: To repay Mr. Gallucci for all the favors he did for me. 



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JANICE ELY 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Joe Smocks." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Tennis. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Biology. 
HOBBY: Music 

ACTIVITIES: Alpha Staff 4; Softball 4; French Club 3; Chorus 1,2; Science Club; Senior Play Com- 
mittee. 

REMEMBERS: Mr. Kelley's jokes. 
AMBITION: To go to college. 



PETER TALBOT EMERY 
Pete 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Greezem." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FABORITE SUBJECT: Math. 

PET PEEVE: Trying to get the bus in the morning. 
HOBBIES: Baseball, hockey, and D.D. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1,2, captain 3,4; Hockey 1,2,3, captain 4; Math League 2,3,4; Football 2,3; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Interact Club 3, Vice President 4; Junior Prom Committee. 
REMEMBERS: Playing baseball for Mr. Gilligan, lousy football practices. 





DOLORES ANN ENOS 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What a riot." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Softball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: French. 

PET PEEVES: Monday mornings, and Mr. Kelley's jokes. 

HOBBIES: Ice skating, dancing, singing. 

ACTIVITIES: Softball 1,4; Musicale 2. 

REMEMBERS: The onions in room 103, the mass confusion on the first day each year. 

AMBITION: To be a success in whatever I attempt. 



ANTHONY J. FANTASIA, JR. 
Tony 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hark." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math. 

PET PEEVE: Giggly girls. 

HOBBIES: Sports. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3,4; Musicale 2; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff. 

REMEMBERS: Cheryl and April 23, King Montmerency, Miss L. K. 

AMBITION: To become an accountant. 



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DONNA MARIE FENLON 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Are you serious?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Typing. 

PET PEEVE: People who are inconsiderate of other people's feelings. 
HOBBY: Sewing. 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show; Basketball Cheerleader 3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Chorus 2; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Dance Committee 2,3,4. 
REMEMBERS: The Junior Variety Show. 
AMBITION: To graduate from college and .teach in Wilmington High. 








MARIA V. FERRARA 
Spaghetti 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Honest?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Dissecting frogs after lunch. 
PET PEEVE: Two-faced people. 

HOBBIES: Sports, boating, reading, meeting interesting people, and later having them as friends, 
keeping busy. 

ACTIVITIES: Majorette 1,2, captain 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,4; Dance Committee 2,3,4; 
French Club, Vice President 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show; Glee Club 1,2; Class 
Treasurer 3,4. 

REMEMBERS: Junior Week and the sign hangers, "Daddy" Sullivan's Variety Show, all my basket- 
ball injuries, Groveton. 
AMBITION: To live a long, happy life and be successful in whatever I choose to do. 



PAUL FOBERT 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Let's get out of here." 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Billiards and football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Social Studies. 

PET PEEVES: Going to school at 7:30 and Miss McManus's after school classes. 
HOBBIES: Swimming, boating, and cars. 
REMEMBERS: Mr. Beaton's social studies classes. 
AMBITIONS: To go to California in '65 to be a millionaire, and to be happy and own a Ferrari. 








Ann Marie Fuller 
Missy Ann 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Lynn!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVE: People who think that they are greater than others. 
HOBBIES: Lynn, talking on the telephone, cooking. 

REMEMBERS: October 25, 1961, homeroom 203, all the great times through high school. 
ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 2; Dance Committee 3,4; Basketball Cheerleader 3; Football Cheerleader 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Pep Club 2. 
AMBITION: To become a qualified R.N. and to live a happy life. 



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JEANNE L. GAGE 
Jean 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh! You're kidding!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Talking and boys. 
PET PEEVE: Homework. 

HOBBIES: Bowling, dancing, collecting records, stuffed animals. 
REMEMBERS: Singing to Butchie at lunch, waiting for the 2:20 bell to ring. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show; 
Business Club; Student Council. 

AMBITIONS: To graduate from Chandler's, become a medical secretary, and to marry that special 
someone. 



JACK A. GARDEN 
Dimples 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "No, just breathing hard." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Art. 

PET PEEVES: Rats, people who talk too much, home room 203, and those long hours in 109. 
HOBBIES: Painting, working on cars, spending money, and getting into trouble. 

REMEMBERS: Middleton, Rex, Karen, surfing in Maine, B.B., J.C., talking on the telephone, good 
old W.H.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show; Dance Committees 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Box- 
ing Champ 2; Track 4. 
AMBITION: To be a success in life. 






WAYNE GARDNER 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Was that due today?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Track. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 
PET PEEVE: Recalcitrant parents. 
HOBBIES: Stephanie, reading, guitar. 
REMEMBERS: April 3, 1964. 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 3,4; Math League 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Interact Club 2,3,4; Lat- 
in Club; Science Club 3. 
AMBITION: To think and act as an individual. 



WILLIAM A. GAUVIN 
Bill 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "So." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Bowling. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Spanish 3. 

PET PEEVE: Being broke. 

HOBBIES: Bowling, hunting, sleeping, weight lifting. 

REMEMBERS: Track caravans, my first transmission. 

ACTIVITIES: Track 3,4. 

AMBITIONS: To become a success and to make a lot of money. 



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ANN E. GILEWSKI 
Ann 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, my gosh!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 

PET PEEVE: People who tap their pens and fingers on their desks. 
HOBBIES: Skating, listening to records, eating, watching television. 

REMEMBERS: The fun I had with Donna, Rainy, and Bobbie, Miss Marland's Business English 
class. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. 
AMBITIONS: To teach Business Education and to travel around the world. 



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LINDA R. GILLIS 

Gillie 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You know its all right." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math. 

PET PEEVE: Eric. 

HOBBIES: Horses, boys. 

REMEMBERS: Clerical class. 

ACTIVITY: Chorus 1,2,3. 

AMBITION: To live up to the reputation of W.H.S. 




MICHAEL GIONFRIDDO 

Mike 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You better believe it." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting. 

PET PEEVE: Nosey people. 

HOBBY: Golf. 

REMEMBERS: Homework. 




WILLIAM GORDON 
Bill 

FAVORITE SPORT: Diving. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Flunking. 
PET PEEVE: School. 
AMBITION: To graduate. 



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DIANE M. GRASSO 
De De 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "That's not nice." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Bowling. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Business. 

PET PEEVE: Gym 

HOBBY: Dancing. 

REMEMBERS: Parties, lunches. 

AMBITION: To go to business school and to do IBM work. 



KEITH GUNNING 
Gunk 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hi, Love." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Skiing. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 
PET PEEVES: Student teachers, underclassmen. 
HOBBIES: Weight lifting, scuba diving, girls, and cars. 

REMEMBERS: Saving K.S.M. from being hit by a car, 5 day vacations, and the 60 Club. 
ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Treasurer 1,2; Baseball 2,4; and Senior 
Class Play. 
AMBITION: To become a top cat in a big alley. 





EILEEN M. HADLEY 

El 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, really?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Bookkeeping. 

PET PEEVES: Getting up early every morning, homework, "The Girls." 
HOBBIES: Sewing, cooking, and "Paul." 

REMEMBERS: Lunches, going to football games, Homeroom 203. 
AMBITION: To work for two years. 






NANCY HALL 
Nanc 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Really." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math. 

PET PEEVES: Wiping cold dishes and confusing projects. 
HOBBIES: Swimming, horseback riding, basketball, Dave. 

REMEMBERS: The M.Y.F. play and B.W.'S party afterwards, Miss McManus' D sheet, and Mr. 
Kelley passing me in Algebra II. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Intramural Basketball 1,2; Senior 
Class Play. 
AMBITION: To be happy throughout life. 



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LILLIAN HALPIN 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Barbed wire cannot hold the spirit of man." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 

PET PEEVE: P.C., and being on the outside looking in. 
HOBBIES: Writing poems and annoying Mr. Sullivan. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Alpha Staff 3. 
AMBITION: To join the Peace Corps and to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. 





JOHN W. HAMILTON 

Jack 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I dunno." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Track. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Problems of Democracy. 

PET PEEVE: Gym. 

HOBBIES: Spearfishing, surfing, archery. 

REMEMBERS: Miss Schrock's 303, 202 Mile Club. 

ACTIVITY: Track. 

AMBITION: To become an oceanographer. 







WAYNE HAMILTON 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey! That's it!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Economics. 

PET PEEVE: Miss McManus. 

HOBBIES: Girls, drums, and dancing the Monkey. 

REMEMBERS: Topsfield. 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 3,4. 

AMBITION: To have my own business. 




THOMAS HAND 
Tombo 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Shoot!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting. 
PET PEEVE: French. 
HOBBIES: Modeling, music, skating. 
REMEMBERS: Band, hockey team, Variety Show. 

ACTIVITIES: School Band 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; 
Junior Variety Show; Senior Class Play. 
AMBITION: To become a music teacher. 



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MARGARET HARDING 

Gabe 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Delia, slow down!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math. 
PET PEEVE: Luke-warm water bubblers. 
HOBBY: Music. 

REMEMBERS: Junior Variety Show, fantastic lunches in the cafe. 

ACTrVITIES: Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Junior Variety Show; Math League 2,3,4; Basketball 4; 
Yearbook Editor; Senior Play Committee. 
AMBITION: To help people in the only way I know . . . through music. 



JANET STEPHANIE HARRISON 

Jan-Jan 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "This place has no class." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Algebra II. 

PET PEEVES: Cups without saucers, housing developments, not being formally addressed, and every- 
thing in general. 

HOBBIES: Being an individualist and laughing at people with Starr and Jane. 

REMEMBERS: Being called Jane, the effects of our coterie on W.H.S., "007," the scarcity of culture, 
and all the little people I've known. 

ACTIVITIES: Alpha Staff 1,2,3; Art Staff 4; Dance Committee 2,3; Junior Prom Committee; Vice- 
President 2; Majorettes 1,2,3. 
AMBITION: To remain infallible. 





KENNETH HEIM 
Ken 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "He's all business!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Track. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Art. 
PET PEEVE: The opposite sex. 

HOBBIES: Auto racing and building, fishing, swimming, tennis, hiking, waterskiing. 
REMEMBERS: My ambidexterous talents, the "No Parking" signs outside the front of the school. 
ACTIVITIES: Track, tennis. 



NANCY HENDERSON 
Nance 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What a lulu!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Swimming, skating, football, baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Spanish. 

PET PEEVES: People who love to brag about themselves and people who are late. 
HOBBIES: Reading, sewing, writing, dancing, music, fashion designing. 

REMEMBERS: Last year of high school, Mr. Sullivan's chem. class, the cost of going to the various 
activities during school. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2; Dance Committee 2; Alpha Staff 3, Pep Club 2. 
AMBITIONS: To become a nurse and to go to Rome. 



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WILLIAM HENNESSY 
Bill 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Good gravey!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Baseball, bowling. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting. 
PET PEEVE: Combs with no teeth. 
HOBBY: Animals. 
REMEMBERS: Junior Prom. 
ACTIVITIES: Alpha Staff; Prom Committee 3. 
AMBITION: To fly to California in my plane. 





DOROTHY R. HERSOM 

Dottie 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, come on!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Typing. 

PET PEEVE: Johnny's stubborness. 

HOBBIES: W.H.S. Football games, skiing, and Johnny. 

REMEMBERS: Being a football cheerleader, Junior Variety Show, P.J. Parties, September 24, 1964, 

Meeting the girls at lunch, and Mr. Day's English Class. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball Cheerleader 1; Football Cheerleader 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Prom Committee 

3; Softball 4; Prom Queen Attendant 3; Business Club, Vice President 4; Senior Play Committee; 

Student Council 4. 

AMBITION: To be a success in whatever I do and to own a F-85. 



JANE ANITA HIBBARD 
Jainey 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Of course I'm right!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Bruins' Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Art, Calculus. 
PET PEEVE: All living animals. 

HOBBIES: Running over horses, being an individualist, borrowing pencils and laughing at contuma- 
cious people with Janet and Starr. 

REMEMBERS: When Wilmington was a "dry" town, being called Janet, four undefeated years of 
successfully cutting in the lunch line, and the effect of our Coterie on W.H.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Alpha Staff 1,2,3, Art Staff 4; Dance Committee 2,3; Spanish Club 3; Junior Prom 
Committee.; Class Pin Committee 4; Softball 4. 





LOUISE HOLBROOK 
"Weeze" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh yeah." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Typing. 
PET PEEVE: Gym. 

HOBBIES: Waterskiing, and Swimming. 
REMEMBERS: Senior Class Play. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff: Senior Class Play; Chorus 1,2. 
AMBITION: To become an airline stewardess. 



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DONALD HUDSON 
Rock 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Skip it!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Studies. 
PET PEEVE: Homework. 
HOBBIES: Coins, golf, and loafing. 

REMEMBERS: Trying to cut in lunch line with "Sunshine" watching, football practices after we 
lost. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 3,4. 
AMBITION: To see the last dav of school behind me. 



RICHARD HULSE 
Dick 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I could care less!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Cross-Country. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Math and girls. 

PET PEEVE: Work. 

HOBBIES: Hampton Beach, track. 

REMEMBERS: Irish jokes. 

ACTIVITIES: Track 1,2,4; Cross-Country 2,3,4. 

AMBITION: To be an electronics engineer. 




LUCILLE HUSTON 

Lucy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You don't say!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 

PET PEEYT: Being banged in the ribs while walking through the corridors. 
HOBBIES: Sports, driving, horseback riding, reading. 

REMEMBERS: The "candy machine" the girls' Varsity basketball team found. 
ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee; Basketball 1,2,3, Captain 4; Chorus 1,2; Senior Play Committee. 
AMBITION: To be sincerely happy in everything I do. 









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FRANK INGRAM 

Frankie 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "See ya later!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Judo. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Sciences and math. 

PET PEEVES: Mr. Kelley's jokes, homework, and, "Why are you late, Mr. Ingram?" 
HOBBIES: Cars, coins, models, eating. 

REMEMBERS: Walking Kathy to classes, trigonometry, cutting in the lunch line, 2:15 bell, basebal 
practice. 

ACTIVITIES: Track 1; Science Fair; Baseball 2,3,4; Math League 3,4. 
AMBITION: To be a successful Research Physicist. 



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JANIS E. IOVANNA 
Jan 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Is that right?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 

PET PEEVES: Monday mornings, people who repeat themselves. 
HOBBIES: Swimming, skating, bowling, A.H. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball Cheerleading 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2; Intramural Basketball; Dance 
Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show. 
REMEMBERS: Junior Variety Show, pajama parties, Louie Louie. 
AMBITION: To be an R.N. and to always be happy. 




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PATRICIA JAQUITH 

Proxy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, no!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 

PET PEEVE: Trying to keep quiet in the Guidance Office. 

HOBBIES: Skiing, walking on crutches, mountain climbing, eating hot fudge sundaes. 
ACTIVITIES: Football Cheerleading 3,4; Basketball Cheerleading 2, Latin Club 2, Alpha Staff 4, 
Softball 2,3; Junior Variety Show, Play Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Dance Committee 2,3,4; 
Pep Club 2, Science Fair 1,2. 

REMEMBERS: Field trips, Swan boat rides, kayacing at Brant Rock, driving lessons, traffic islands, 
cops and robbers at Topsfield, the F.P.P., Junior Prom Queen, Thanksgiving Queen, the Bruins 
games. 
AMBITION: To marry a millionaire and to win my bet with B.M. 



FRANK R. JOHNSON 

Ingemar 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "No kiddin?" 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

PET PEEVE: Slow walkers in the corridors. 

HOBBIES: Reading, collecting records, playing billiards. 

ACTIVITIES: Alpha Photographer 1,2,3, Editorial Staff 1. 

AMBITION: To go into the U.S. Foreign Service. 





MICHAEL A. KASABUSKI 
Booski 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey, where you going?" . . . 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Problems. 
PET PEEVES: Football and Coaches. 
HOBBIES: Girls, skiing. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,4; Hockey 2,3; Baseball 3,4; Dance Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 3, 
Senior Play Committee. 

REMEMBERS: Middleton and the Swimming Hole, cops and robbers at Topsfield. 
AMBITION: To be successful. 



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WILLIAM R. KASABUSKI 
Uncle Quells 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Watch me crease him."" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting. 

PET PEEVES: Private water bubblers, no smoking in school, no gum chewing, kids that don't like to 
have a riot, cars that need fixing. 
HOBBIES: Cars, sports. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2,4; Dance Committee 2.3.4: Junior Prom Committee. Student Government 
Representative. 

REMEMBERS: "Bill, leave the cellar door opened," discipline sheets, detention, decorating for 
dances, wild times with college boys. 
AMBITION: To become Governor and to be head of the A. B.C. 



MARIE KEARNEY 
Marie 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I wish I hadn't heard all that." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Swimming. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Home Economics. 
PET PEE\T: Two-faced people. 
HOBBY: Driving Dennis' car. 
ACTIVITY: Junior Prom Committee. 
REMEMBERS: Running to get in line for lunch. 
AMBITION: To become a rood housewife. 




PAMELA KELLEY 
Pam 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hi ya Charlie." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Swimming. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Biology. 

PET PEE\TS: Homework on weekends, not being able to express myself, people who think they're 
better than others. 

HOBBIES: Painting, horseback riding, collecting everything from art to old newspapers, watching 
people and their reactions. 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 3,4: Science Club 3,4; Pep Club 2.3: Alpha Staff 4. Junior Variety Show. 
Dance Committee 2,3. 

REMEMBERS: The football games, especially Chelmsford; the Variety show, the week in Maine, 
party at Hampton. 

AMBITIONS: To become a good and dedicated doctor, to travel to other countries, and, most impor- 
tant, to lead a fulfilling and happy life. 



DONALD LEE KELLOWAY 
Don 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting with Mr. D. 

PET PEEVE: Teachers that call you by your last name. 

HOBBIES: Going to the movies, going to the Drive-in, and going with Sue. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,4; Track 3,4. 

REMEMBERS: Football games. 

AMBITIONS: To go to college and be a success. 



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RHONDA D. KENNEDY 
Rhon 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You must be kidding!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Swimming. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Typing. 

PET PEEVES: Scrambling underclassmen, crowded lunch rooms, and restrictions on my spare time. 
HOBBIES: A certain graduate, horseback riding, bowling, go-karting, movies. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play Committee; Yearbook Staff. 
REMEMBERS: Mr. Sullivan's chemistry class, lunches at the cafeteria. 
AMBITIONS: To become a secretary, and live a happy, rewarding life. 





W. BRUCE KIRBY 

Bruce 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Beats me!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Track. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Science. 
PET PEEVE: Mr. Kelley's tests. 
HOBBIES: Sleeping, skin diving. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; French Club 4; Chorus 1; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Prom 
Committee 3. 

REMEMBERS: Football practices. 
AMBITION: To graduate. 



FREDERICK M. LAFFIN 

Fred 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I tell ya." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Lunch. 

PET PEEVE: Getting up in the morning to go to school. 
HOBBIES: Cars, swimming, sports, coin collecting and H.A. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3; Track 1,4; Hockey 1,3; Band 1,2,3; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Junior Vari- 
ety Show. 

REMEMBERS: Guidance with V.J.G., running to lunch from 232, football, and not much more. 
AMBITION: To graduate, and get rich quick. 





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JOANNE V. LALLY 

Jo 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You drive me up a wall!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Swimming. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVES: Homework, teachers, and sophisticated snobs. 
HOBBIES: Horseback riding, field hockey. 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Basketball 2. 
REMEMBERS: Lunches, crowded buses and corridors, gym, interviews, and 215. 

AMBITIONS: To make myself happy by making someone else happy, and to be a success in 
whatever I >do. 



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GREGORY D. LANE 

Abby 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Want to give me a ride, Steve?" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Business Law. 

PET PEEVE: Girls with long skirts. 

HOBBIES: Pudding hunting, goofing off. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,4; Track 1; Junior Variety Show. 

REMEMBERS: Hampton, skipping, Middleton and Marshfield. 

AMBITION: To be a business executive. 



EDWARD T. LATTA 

Timmy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey, you're kinda nice . . ." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: U.S. History. 
PET PEEVES: Floor shifts, and conceited girls. 
HOBBIES: Skiing, swimming, golfing. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-country 1,2; Track 1,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Prom 
Committee 3; Junior Variety Show. 

REMEMBERS: Kayaks, Hampton Beach on Labor Day, and four years of fun. 
AMBITION: To complete college and lead a successful life. 





JANET LE BLANC 

Jan 
FAVORITE SPORT: Swimming. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Art. 

PET PEEVE: Those who criticize others because they have different methods and ideas. 
HOBBIES: Painting, collecting driftwood, Greek Art. 
ACTIVITIES: French club; Prom Committee 3. 
REMEMBERS: Freezing classrooms. 
AMBITION: To go to art school and become a good artist. 



JANICE ANN LEE 
Jan 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Son of a gun - oh well!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Bowling. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Shorthand. 

PET PEEVES: People who get excited over nothing, people without patience, staying in. 
HOBBIES: Sewing, records, bowling. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1,2; Junior Variety Show. 

REMEMBERS: Miss McManus' criticisms, Miss Marland's classes, M.T., M.B., and A.R.; thinking of 
excuses to get out of gym, and cutting up A.R.'s and J.R.'s girl friends at lunch. 
AMBITION: To be a success in whatever I attempt. 




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WALTER G. LEE 

Butch 

FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math. 

PET PEEVE: Teachers. 

HOBBY: Drums. 

REMEMBERS: Mr. Murphy's voice. 

AMBITION: To graduate. 





PATRICK L. LIPPIELLO 

Pat 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I don't know!" 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Football, skiing. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Girls, lunch. 

PET PEEVE: Mr. Kelley's math tests. 

HOBBIES: Cars, model planes, Diane. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; track 1,2,4. 

REMEMBERS: The time Mr. Kelley got his math term marks in on time. 

AMBITION: To be an architect. 



JOHN B. LOCKAMON 

Johnny 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Do it!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Baseball, submarine races. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math and lunch. 
PET PEEVE: Getting up early to go to school; detention. 

HOBBIES: Driving my (Corvair) Spyder, going out on Friday nights, swimming, skating, drags. 
REMEMBERS: Skipping school with Mike L., Junior Prom, W.H.S. 





MICHAEL J. LONGO 
Mike 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Give me a ride to work!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Submarine races; baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Lunch, print, Graphic Arts. 
PET PEEVES: School, detention. 
HOBBIES: Fran, cars, drive-ins. 
REMEMBERS: Walking in the sand, the C's, skipping school with John L. 



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ELIZABETH LYNCH 
Lizzie 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I doubt it!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Bowling. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Home Economics. 

PET PEEVE: Seniors who ride bikes, girls who ask boys out, meaning J.C., and girls who put on an 
act. 

HOBBIES: Tom, going up Friendly's, parties, riding around with Mary and Fran. 
REMEMBERS: My little red scooter, chasing a certain senior boy, Tewksbury of '963. 



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FRANCINE LYNCH 

Fran 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I doubt it!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Home Economics, Donny. 

PET PEEVE: People who exaggerate to get attention; a certain boy's night out; summer weekends. 
HOBBIES: Donny, watching for a "57 red Ford to come down the street. 

ACTIMTIES: Student Council 1; Ring Committee; Prom Committee 3; Basketball Cheerleader 3; 
Pep Club; Dance Committee 2,3,4. 

REMEMBERS: All the good times the girls had out of school, watching everyone run to lunch, a cer- 
tain first-year Shorthand teacher who should read "How to Get Along With People." 
AMBITION: To own my own red '57 Ford, to have a happy life. 




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JOAN H. LYONS 
Joanie 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "G-r-r-eat!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Home Economics, Problems. 
PET PEEVE: Noisy seventh and eighth graders. 
HOBBIES: Clothing, decorating. 

ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball 1; Pep Club 2; Tennis 3,4; Alpha Art Staff 4. 
REMEMBERS: The hectic ride home on the bus, the "wild" football games, Mr. Curley's problem 
classes. 
AMBITION: To become a professional something or other. 



DAVID R. MacLEAN 
Rich 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Weight lifting. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting. 
PET PEEVE: Mr. Kelley. 
HOBBY: Guitar. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Track 1. 
REMEMBERS: The long lunch lines. 
AMBITION: To become a professional guitarist. 



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CLAIRE CHRISTINE MacMULLIN 
Claire 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "HYUP!!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 
PET PEEVE: Running to lunch. 
HOBBIES: Softball, bowling, and skating. 
REMEMBERS: Running to lunch to get the leftovers. 





LAWRENCE E. MAHONEY 
Moe 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVE: Teachers stopping me for running to lunch. 
HOBBIES: Playing cards, playing pool. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior class play. 

REMEMBERS: Stephen Phillips in Miss Farello's Science Class. 
AMBITION: To become an IBM technician. 



MARY M. MAHONEY 
Red 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "Hey - that's it!" "I doubt it." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Eoglis.h. 

PET PEEVES: Boys who don't wear socks, a certain freshman's corny jokes. 
HOBBIES: Going out in Chevy convertibles, going up to Mike's, riding on a red motor scooter. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball cheerleading 2; Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,4. 
REMEMBERS: Certain P.J. parties, Tewksbury of '63', running around with Lizzy and Fran, our 
class song, Louie Louie. 
AMBITION: To be a beautician. 



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PAUL MALATESTA 

FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Biology. 

PET PEEVE: The smog in the back of the bus. 

HOBBIES: Accordian, skiing. 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 3,4; J.V. Basketball; Interact Club 2,3,4. 

REMEMBERS: Madame Baran's promenades to the "Grande Salle." 

AMBITION: To study Veterinary Medicine. 



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THOMAS GEORGE MANUEL 
Tommy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I don't know!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: French. 

PET PEE\TS: Mr. Kelley's math tests and waiting for lunch. 
HOBBIES: Basketball, coin collecting, homework. 
ACTIVITIES: Track 1; Basketball 3,4; Soccer 4. 

REMEMBERS: Being late for French class and those Chemistry experiments that were always suc- 
cessful. 
AMBITION: To score 30 points in a single basketball game. 



DOROTHEA M. MARCHANT 
Dottie, Dimples, or Sugar 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "We gut one!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Football, baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: English. Problems of Democracy. 
PET PEE\T: People who insist on calling me "Dot." 
HOBBIES: Harry, helping L. M. with his car, riding "Tone." 

ACTIVITIES: Alpha Staff 1,2: Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Senior Play; Pep Club 2; 
Pin Committee 4. 

REMEMBERS: Everything about my Junior class, all the good times P. P. and I had in first year 
bookkeeping, the fun I had with the "fellas," the many wonderful friends I've met and will never for- 
get, cutting up people at lunch with P. P. 
AMBITION: To be a good interior decorator. 





WALTER MARKS 
Groucho 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: -Get on the stick!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 

PET PEE\"E: Getting up in the morning, baggy pants. 

HOBBY: Playing pool. 

ACTIVITY: Baseball. 

REMEMBERS: The office, moving from Burlington to Wilmington. 

AMBITIONS: To be a success and to own a desert island. 



OWEN MARR 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I doubt it!" 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Baseball, football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVE: Loud rock 'n roll bands. 

HOBBIES: Fishing, music, boating. 

ACTIVITIES: Track 1: cross-country 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Junior Variety Show. 

REMEMBERS: The band, those two years of wicked Latin. 

AMBITION: To become successful in whatever I do. 




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Frutti 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I don't know." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Fishing. • 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Shop and printing. 
PET PEEVE: School. 
HOBBIES: Collecting records. 
REMEMBERS: Everyone. 





KATHLEEN MARGRET McCORMICK 
Kathy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: -Shut your mouth!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Softball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Problems of Democracy. 

PET PEE\*E: People who think they're perfect, Monday mornings, Sunnyhurst. 
HOBBIES: Dancing, playing the organ, dating, football games, horseback riding. 
ACTIVITIES: Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 2,3,4. 

REMEMBERS: All the fun I had with Frani, Alice and all the kids during the summer. Sunnyhurst. 
"Louie Louie," P.J. parties. 
AMBITION: To own my own red convertible and to become successful in whatever I do. 



SALLY B. McDONOUGH 
Sally 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Really? You're kidding!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 
PET PEEVE: Teens that smoke. 
HOBBIES: Skating, swimming, coin collecting. 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2; Junior Variety Show; Senior Class Play Committee; National Honor So- 
ciety 4. 

REMEMBERS: Mr. Kelley's frigid classroom. 
AMBITION: To graduate from college and become an English teacher. 









SUSAN McKENNA 
Sue 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Woopie ding!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Machines. 
PET PEEVE: W.H.S. 
HOBBIES: Records, boys. 
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club. 

REMEMBERS: Smoking in the girls room and not getting caught. 
AMBITION: To get married and have kids. 



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BARBARA McLAIN 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "You're crazy!" "Is that right?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Chemistry 

PET PEEVES: Two-faced people and teachers calling me Beverley instead of Barbara. 
HOBBIES: Sewing, art, competitive twirling, teaching twirling. 

ACTIVITIES: Majorette 1,2,3; Drum Majorette 4; Latin Club 2; National Honor Society 3 Trea- 
surer 4; Finance Committee 3,4; Junior Variety Show; Basketball Cheerleader 3, Co-captain 4- Year- 
book staff; French Club; Senior Dance Committee; Senior Pin Committee. 

REMEMBERS: Leading the wonderful High School Band through all those half-time shows Grove- 
ton. 

AMBITION: To become an R.N. with a B.S. 






MARY ANN McLAUGHLIN 
Annie 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "I doubt it." "Wing ding." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Machines. 
PET PEEVE: Cliques of Wilmington High. 
ACTIVITY: Pep Club. 
REMEMBERS: Smoking in the girls' room and not getting caught and going out with Ben. 






ALLAN McPHEE 

FAVORITE SPORT: Golf. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVES: Gym, class meetings during studies. 

HOBBY: Golf. 

ACTIVITIES: Track 2,3; Math league 3,4; Soccer 4. 

REMEMBERS: Mr. Kelley's boring classes. 

AMBITION: To become a lawyer. 



ETIENNE MELLONI 
Steve 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Etant donne!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Track. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math. 
PET PEEVE: Mr. Kelley's jokes. 
HOBBY: Music. 
ACTIVITY: French Club 4. 
AMBITION: To become a politician. 



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ALBERT MERRILL 

Al 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I don't know!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Metal. 

PET PEEVES: Not enough time to get to classes and crowded lunches. 

HOBBIES: Hunting, cars. 

AMBITIONS: To be successful in whatever I attempt and to become rich. 





RONALD A. METCALFE 
Ron 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Same difference." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVES: People who show off and people who leave the "e" off my last name. 
HOBBY: My car. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Track 2. 
REMEMBERS: The nights out with the boys. 



JOSEPH J. MICALIZZI 

Joe 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "How about that!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey and baseball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Shop. 

PET PEEVES: Dirty cars and people who drive them. 

HOBBIES: Bowling, woodworking. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Class Play; Prom Committee 3. 

REMEMBERS: Mr. Hambelton, Mr. Hansen, and the gangs down at the shop. 

AMBITION: To try to succeed in life. 





RICHARD MILES 

Wage 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey, what the hey!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Mr. Hambelton's woodworking class. 
PET PEEVE: Little girls that are big aggravators. 
HOBBIES: Cars, boating, sports, girls. 
ACTIVITY: Baseball L 

REMEMBERS: Mr. Saba throwing a bucket of water over Mr. Dicey. 
AMBITION: To be a success and be happy in everything I do. 



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GLEN MILLEY 
Glen Babes 
FAVORITE SPORT: Skiing. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting. 

PET PEEVES: Mr. Kelley's five day tests in 55 minutes and 5 seconds, and Mr. Dicey's always cheat- 
ing me out of points. 
HOBBY: "The Discords." 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2,3,4; Dance Band; Track 1,2,3; Junior Variety Show; Senior Class Play. 
REMEMBERS: Mr. Covey's art class. 
AMBITION: To be an Engineer. 



MARIE MADALYN MIRISOLA 
Dee De 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You drive me up a wall!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math. 

PET PEEVE: Length of skirts. 

HOBBY: Collecting new shoes. 

REMEMBERS: Office machines; Bookkeeping 1,11. 

AMBITION: To work in an office. 




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LINDA M. MITRANO 

Lin 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh brother!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Softball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Type and boys. 
PET PEEVES: School, people calling me stuck-up and kid. 

HOBBIES: Listening to the radio — WMEX, talking on the telephone, gossiping, boys. 
ACTIVITIES: Softball. 

REMEMBERS: The time I dropped a milk bottle on the floor and everyone started clapping, the 
time we almost walked into the boys' locker room after an outside gym class. 
AMBITION: To be a secretary. 



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GERTRUDE CLAIRE MONTUORI 
Trudy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Is that right?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Skiing. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: French. 
PET PEEVES: Two-faced people, braggarts. 
HOBBY: Painting. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus; Alpha Staff 2; Student Council 2,3, secretary 4; Prom Committee 3; French 
Club Treasurer 4; Dance Committee 2,3,4. 
REMEMBERS: J.G., my car, Junior Prom, V.J.G 
AMBITION: To be successful in whatever I attempt to do. 




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DAVID MOORE 
L.A. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I came, I saw, I muffed it!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Loafing and other strenuous activities. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Mr. McLean's German classes. 
PET PEEVE: Filling out forms. 

HOBBY: Watching other people work harder than I do. 
ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show; Interact Club 3,4. 
REMEMBERS: Very little. 
AMBITIONS: To be Professional vagrant, to be an insurance risk. 





LINDA H. MORASH 
Lin 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "How about that?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Swimming. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: French. 
PET PEEVE: Ego-Centrics. 
HOBBIES: Reading, writing, and Rick. 
ACTIVITIES: Alpha 1,2,3. 
REMEMBERS: French 2,3,4. 
AMBITION: To serve Jehovah God all my life. 



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VIRGINIA MOREN 

Ginny 

FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Type. 
PET PEEVE: Two-faced people. 
HOBBIES: Dancing, records, albums. 
AMBITION: To become a children's nurse. 





FRANCIS MULLEN 
Fran 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Is that right?" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Football and baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Shop (Woodworking). 
PET PEEVE: Getting up in the morning. 
HOBBY: Baseball. 
AMBITION: To be a success. 



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BRUCE N. MUTCHLER 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hasta lumbago." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Miss Murphy's U.S. History class. 
PET PEEVE: Swan boats. 
HOBBIES: J.V Basketball. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1,2,4; Hockey 3; Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Junior Vari- 
ety Show; Senior Class Play; Yearbook Staff. 

REMEMBERS: Junior week and the sign, Miss Schinnik's Aeronautical Development class, Cops and 
Robbers at Topsfield, Bruins' games, The Rex, Charlotte's laugh and ugly faces. 
AMBITION: To win my big bet with P.J. on July 4, 1974 in N.Y.C. 



LARZ NEILSON 

Fred 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Want to buy a scooter?" 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Bookkeeping. 
HOBBIES: Wheelchair racing. 

REMEMBERS: Only getting caught smoking once. 
AMBITION: To become a journalist or accountant. 





JAMES NEWHOUSE 

Jimmy 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hi, Beautiful." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Gym. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3, Captain 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 

REMEMBERS: Everything. 



GAYLE NICHOLS 
Granny 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Cool it!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Tennis. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Shorthand. 

PET PEEVES: Tests and touchy people. 

HOBBIES: Playing piano and dancing. 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show; Rose Festival Show. 

REMEMBERS: Fighting with Diana Pellerin. 

AMBITION: To be a success in the world of business. 



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MARIA NIGRELLI 

Mickey 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Don't got no coin." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Swimming. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Art. 

PET PEEVES: Being a referee between Dotty and Bev, waiting on teenage boys at Friendly's. 
HOBBIES: Painting, writing letters, and taking pictures. 
ACTIVITIES: Junior Dance Committee; Chorus. 

REMEMBERS: Three of the three in the Junior Art Class (Bev, Dotty, Mickey), the "Majesties." 
AMBITION: To marry and have 15 kids after finishing hair-dressing school. 









FRANK P. NIGRO 
Frankie (to R. B. Bates) 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, No!!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Water skiing. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Drafting and Problems of Democracy. 
PET PEEVE: The Beatles. 
HOBBIES: Boats, guitar, girls. 

ACTIVITIES: S.F.A.; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Junior Variety show; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Play. 

REMEMBERS: Mr. Curley's problems class. 
AMBITION: To go through 4 years in the Air Force and to join the State Police. 



ROBERT NOLAN 
Bob 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Get Lost." 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Football, baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Lunch. 
PET PEEVE: Teachers that always yell. 
HOBBIES: Skating, swimming. 
ACTIVITY: Football Manager 3,4. 
AMBITION: To be successful. 





PHILIP J. O'BRIEN 
Phil 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Don't bother me now." 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Hockey, baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 
PET PEEVE: Getting up in the morning. 
HOBBIES: Skiing, sleeping, eating. 

ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2;3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3; Prom Committee 3,4; Junior Variety Show; 
Senior Class Play. 

REMEMBERS: Lunch, Mr. Kelley's math tests, Band trip to Groveton, N.H.; dances. 
AMBITIONS: To graduate from college and be successful in what I attempt. 



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STEVEN G. O'BRIEN 
Steve 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I have a policy of noninvolvement." 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Golf, boating. 

FAVORITE: SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVE: The Beatles. 

HOBBY: Collecting historical books. 

AMBITION: To be a Social Studies Teacher. 



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GERALDINE M. O'REILLY 

Geri 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "This is dumb!" "Really?" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Football, hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: French. 

PET PEEVES: Rats, doing homework when it isn't collected, and bucket seats. 
HOBBIES: Swimming, skiing, eating. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 2,3,4; Basketball Cheerleading 3; Football Cheerleading 4; Junior 
Variety Show; Yearbook Staff. 

REMEMBERS: Junior week; French conversations in the auditorium, Charlotte's laugh; and all the 
fun with P.P. 
AMBITION: To own a navy blue GTO. 





MAUREEN O'REILLY 

Moe 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Ya know." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Pete. 
PET PEEVE: The boys' night out. 
HOBBIES: Dancing, Skating, shopping. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance Committees 2,3,4; Prom committee; Band 1,2; basketball 1; Science Fair 1; 
Yearbook Staff. 
REMEMBERS: Being attendant at the wrong Junior Prom, passing notes, those Sunday afternoon 

rides. 

AMBITION: To finish college, marry, and live a wonderful life. 



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JUDITH ANN ORLOVVSKI 
Judy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Definitely!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Biology. 

PET PEEVE: People who don't complete jokes they start telling. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff; Dance committee 2,3,4; Jr. Prom committee; Basketball 1; Musical 2; 
French Club; Finance committee 4. 

REMEMBERS: The two years with Mr. Kelley, and keeping the bench warm during basketball 
games. 
AMBITION'S: To be a success at all I attempt, and to own a Ferrari. 



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DAVID STEVEN ORNDORFF 

Stoney Robbie 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Where you going?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Guidance with V.J.G. and English with good old Mr. Day. 
PET PEEVES: Having to rush to the Rexicana; J.R.; losing Peter. 
HOBBIES: Wine, women, and song. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3,4; Track 3,4; Junior Prom Committee; Dance Committee; Senior Play 
Book Committee; Junior Variety Show. 

REMEMBERS: Junior Week, Junior Variety Show, Junior Sign, Rexicana, V.J.G., Moses, Middleton 
PP's, Dracut Basketball Game in "64," Ride to V.J.G's on truck, Bruce and all my buddies, all the 
fun at Wilmington and Marshfield. 
AMBITIONS: To coach a team in the Tech. and to become a married teacher. 





RICHARD PAGE 

Chooch 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Lunch. 
PET PEEVE: Seniors who talk at class meetings. 
HOBBIES: Swimming, movies. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1,2; Hockey 3,4; Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Prom Committee 3,4; Track 
1,2,4; Class President 3,4; Junior Variety Show. 

REMEMBERS: Laurie, trip to Washington, Junior Week, Junior Prom, class meetings, everyone in 
the Senior Class. 
AMBITION: To graduate from college and to make $20,000 a year. 



KENNETH PAGLIA 
Kenny 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "How should I know!" 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Basketball, baseball, hockey, water skiing. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: English and Graphic Arts. 

PET PEEVE: People who "know it all." 

HOBBIES: Fishing, hunting, water skiing, skin diving. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-Country 1,2,3. 

REMEMBERS: The fun we had in Graphic Arts class. 

AMBITION: To get out of school — go in the Navy. 





DIANA L. PELLERIN 

Dianne 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Smarten-up!" 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Water skiing, swimming. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Stenography. 

PET PEEVES: Touchy people, people who think of nobody but themselves. 

HOBBY: Collecting stuffed animals. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2; Senior Play; Business Club — Secretary; National Honor Society 4. 

REMEMBERS: Mrs. Webber's lectures, Miss McManus, Mr. Shiere. 

AMBITION: To become a medical secretary. 



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RICHARD PERREAULT 

Dickie 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "For crying out loud" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Graphic Arts. 

PET PEEVE: Doing a lot of crazy things and not getting caught. 
HOBBIES: Working on cars, girls, eating, skipping school. 

REMEMBERS: Singing "Happy Birthday" to Kenny in the cafe, doing Mr. Murphy's homework in 
homeroom. 
AMBITION: To become a success in whatever I do for work. 



ALICE LORRAINE PERRY 
Tiddles 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "I'm hungry!" "Smarten up!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Hockey, football, baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: French. 

PET PEEVES: Homework, Monday mornings, talking on the phone. 
HOBBIES: Sports, eating, movies. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball Cheerleader; Football Cheerleader 2,3, Captain 4; Dance Committee 2,3,4; 
Prom Committee 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Variety Show; Math League 3,4; Span- 
ish Club, Treasurer 3; Student Council 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,4; Yearbook Staff; French 
Club. 

REMEMBERS: Cheering for an undefeated team, the hockey games, the pajama parties, Middleton, 
Louie, Louie, Chemistry with "Daddy" Sullivan, all my big brothers, Junior and Senior Year. 
AMBITIONS: To graduate from College, visit Europe, settle down. 





BEVERLY PETERSON 

Troubles 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I doubt it!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Swimming, ice skating. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: History, Economics, Lester. 
PET PEEVES: Stuck-up people and being stood up. 
HOBBIES: Dancing, boys. 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Variety Show; Dance Committee 3; Chorus. 
REMEMBERS: Three of the three (Dotty, Bev, and Mickey) in the Art class. 
AMBITION: To become a model. 



STEPHEN PHILLIPS 
Steff 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "That was pretty funny!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Football, boxing, track. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Problems of Democracy. 
PET PEEVE: Missing the school bus. 
HOBBIES: Working with cars, dating underclassmen. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 4; Boxing 1,2; Track 1. 
REMEMBERS: Dr. Farrello's Classes. 
AMBITION: To live an honest and fulfilling life. 



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WILLIAM M. PIERCE 
Billy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey, Harry!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Shop. 

PET PEEVES: Looking up at Freshmen, six cylinders. 
HOBBIES: Trying to figure out the engine of a car, girls, and goofin' off. 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play Committee. 

REMEMBERS: Getting caught smoking, and not being able to do a thing about it, Friday nights 
with the boys. 

AMBITIONS: To grow a few inches, to put a 283 Chevy in my mother's Valiant, and to be a success 
in everything I attempt. 





PHILIP V. PINI 

Phil 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Take it easy." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Stock car racing. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: After school. 

HOBBY: Building model cars. 

REMEMBERS: Always being stopped running to lunch. 

AMBITION: To have lots of money. 



WILLIAM POWERS 
Billy 

FAVOYITE EXPRESSION: "Seriously?" 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Hockey, football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: English, lunch. 

PET PEEVE: People who try to put on an act. 

HOBBIES: Cars, loafing, girls. 

REMEMBERS: Friday nights and the times down Rich's. 

AMBITIONS: To be a success in life and to become an accountant. 





PATRICIA A. PRATT 

Peanuts 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Pretty good!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Problems of Democracy. 
PET PEEVE: People who think they are better than everyone else. 
HOBBIES: Bobby, driving, dancing. 
ACTIVITIES: Pep Club; Dance Committees 2,3,4. 

REMEMBERS: Living five minutes from the school and being late every day, all the trouble I got 
into with C.R. and G.O'R., and cutting everyone down at lunch with D.M. 

AMBITIONS: To own a red Lincoln Continental convertible, and to drive around the world with my 
hobby. 



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DANIEL R. RHEAUME 

Charley-horse 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey ahh - brain." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Swimming. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Fay, Civics, Biology, English, Music. 

PET PEEVES: Wise underclassmen, people who make cracks about my cars and are walking. 
HOBBIES: Fay, cars, driving. 

ACTIVITIES: Boxing 1; Cross-Country 1; Musicale 2; Dance Committee 2,3; Junior Variety Show; 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Senior Play; Yearbook Staff. 

REMEMBERS: Breaking Frank's leg, flying pencils in music class, going up the ropes in gym — up- 
side down. 
AMBITION: To become a good physical therapist. 



CHARLOTTE EMMA RICH 
Cha-Cha 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "If there's no other place around the place, then this must be the 
place." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Playing the field. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math. 

PET PEE\T: Paul, people who call me Emma Gas, people who eat in front of me without offering 
me some. 

HOBBIES: Driving "Bouncing Bev," making P.C. late for classes, laughing, making faces at Bruce. 
ACTI\TTIES: Dance Committees 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 3,4; Math League 3,4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Junior Variety Show; Yearbook Staff. 
AMBITIONS: To grow up, and to become a math teacher who can tell better jokes than Mr. Kelley. 





ORDELLA M. RICHARDS 

Delia 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I'll never tell!!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Guys - what else is there? 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Economics and Chemistry. 

PET PEEVES: Visits to Mr. Gallucci, two-faced people, and a steady during my Junior year. 
HOBBIES: Living it up on week-ends, making my clothes, talking on the phone. 
ACTIVITIES: Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 2,3; Chorus 1,2; Pep Club 2. 
REMEMBERS: Mr. Sullivan's Chemistry class, room 115, certain guys and dates, trips in "Bouncing 
Bev," the two ladies in white. 
AMBITIONS: To become a successful dental hygienist, wife and mother. 



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ROBERT RICHARDS 

Butch 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Take it slow." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Horses. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Horses and Sharon. 

PET PEEVES: Coming in late, pig fords. 

HOBBIES: Horses, cars. 

REMEMBERS: Phil's "Sweet Antwanet." 

AMBITION: To retire. 



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JUDY RILEY 

Peanuts 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You wanna die young?" 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Type. 
PET PEEVE: Boys who wear white sneakers. 
AMBITION: To marry a rich man. 





WILLIAM R. RITCHIE 
Billy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Go-Go!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Football, baseball, basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 
PET PEEVE: People who let other people down. 

HOBBIES: Football, basketball, baseball, writing to Joan, and counting cars in Room 114. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Hockey 2; Junior Variety Show; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Dance Committees 3,4. 

REMEMBERS: Middleton, Joan, the two undefeated football teams, the trip to Washington, Junior 
week and the sign, going down Jack's every night, looking out the window in Room 114, the gang at 
lunch. 
AMBITION: To be a success in life. 



STEPHEN ROBBINS 
Red 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Watch it!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Racing. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Good old woodworking shop. 
PET PEEVE: "Abe." 
HOBBY: Getting tickets. 

REMEMBERS: All my History classes (I failed them). 
AMBITION: To catch my Pet Peeve and to have the loudest pipes in town. 





ANITA GR\CE ROSA 

Rosie 

FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "My mother won't let me . . ." "Hey guys." 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Football, drags, collecting rings. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Surely you jest!! 

PET PEEVES: A certain redhead, riding the bus, being called "HB," dirty hair, and my "little" sister 

being taller than I. 

HOBBIES: Skating, bowling, working on cars (?), and, spending money. 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 1,2; Pep Club 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2, Vice-president 3; 

Dance Committees 2,3,4; Ring Committee 3; Junior Variety Show Publicity; Queen's Attendant 3; 

Prom Committee 3,4; Jewelry Committee 4; Senior Play. 

REMEMBERS: The Junior Prom, August 23, 1964, "Shrinking" an inch instead of growing, the day 

I kept quiet, the guys from Chelmsford, Norfolk, Va., cutting up "our girl friends" at lunch, and the 

times I wasn't embarrassed. 

AMBITIONS: Not be considered a lady mechanic the rest of my life and to be able to look down" at 

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JEANNE ROSS 
Beany 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: 'Gads" "Oh, Ding!" 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Gossip. 
FAVORITE SPORT: Swimming. 

PET PEEVES: J. W.. being called D. B., skinny redheads. 
HOBBIES: Skating, swimming, baseball. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Play; Chorus 1,2; Jewelry Committee 4. 
REMEMBERS: Cutting up "our girl friends" at lunch, detention room, A. R. and J. G. 



MARY SHEEHAN 
Mare 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You horror!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Softball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Gym. 
PET PEEVE: Doing homework. 
HOBBY: Horsebackriding. 
ACTIVITY: Softball 1,2,3,4. 

REMEMBERS: All the good times I had with P. P. and C. R. 
AMBITION: To be a secretary. 





JEFFREY SHEERIN 
Jeff 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Who me?" 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Football and basketball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Biology. 

PET PEEVES: Dumb blondes and fleas. 

HOBBIES: Sports, girls, and skin diving. 

ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2,3,4; Track 3; Play Cast. 

REMEMBERS: The many, many moments of fun and study in each and every class. 

AMBITIONS: To go through college and to succeed at whatever I attempt. 



STUART H. SILVERMAN 
Stuie Bates 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I beg your pardon." 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Basketball and baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: U.S. History. 
PET PEEVE: Chauvinism. 

HOBBIES: Piano, trumpet, reading, speaking contests, sports, and girls. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dance Committee 1,2,3,4; Alpha Staff 2,3, Co-Editor; Latin Club 2; 
Musical 2; Junior Variety Show; Prom Committees 3; Senior Play; Yearbook staff. 
REMEMBERS: All the fun with the Junior Variety Show, Mr. Sullivan's political views, my name 

AMBITION: To become a lawyer and find peace and contentment in a world torn by hatred and 
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CHERYL J. SILVERS 
Cherie 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Stop it! That's not nice." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Checking up on Tony. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 

PET PEEVES: Little kids who yell and push in the corridor, loud mouths, show-offs, a certain person 
when he's absent. 

HOBBIES: Piano, singing, swimming, tennis, spectator sports, pets, travel, letter writing, reading. 
ACVIVITIES: Band 1,2,3; Science Fair 1,2,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Latin Club 1; Musicals 1,2; Junior Prom 
Committee; Yearbook staff; Senior Class Play; Dance Committee 4. 
REMEMBERS: Our little corner down by the shops, Eurolania and Miss Kalil. 
AMBITIONS: To raise a good happy family, to see the world and to contribute something to society. 





ROBERT J. SIMMONS 
Bob 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Yea!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Bookkeeping. 
PET PEEVE: Having to work. 
HOBBY: Making money. 
REMEMBERS: Past friendships. 
AMBITION: To become an accountant. 



BARBARA LOUISE SMITH 
Barbie 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Gee Golly!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Home Economics. 
PET PEEVE: Gym. 
HOBBIES: Sewing, cooking, Wayne. 
ACTIVITIES: Business Club 4. 

REMEMBERS: Home Economics 2 and 3, office machines. 
AMBITION: To become a successful homemaker. 








MILTON SMITH 
Smitty 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "Good thinking," "Cool as a Moose." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Junior English. 
PET PEEVE: Homework. 
HOBBY: Working for DeMolay. 

REMEMBERS: Junior Class Prom, Wilmington-Dracut football game when we came from behind to 
win. 
AMBITION: To be an Aeronautical Engineer. 



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ROBERT SMITH 

Bob Smitty 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Could'n do it." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

PET PEEVE: Getting up in the morning to go to school. 
HOBBIES: Fishing, sports, skiing. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Interact 
Club 3,4; Junior Prom Committee; Junior Variety Show; French Club 4. 

REMEMBERS: Those band periods with Mr. G. and the band trip to Groveton, some of those wild 
football parties, The Oaks. 

AMBITION: To go to college and obtain the education needed to become a better person and a suc- 
cess in the world. 



JAMES SOLAS 
Jim 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: English, Math. 

PET PEEVES: Too much homework and taking three years of Spanish. 
HOBBIES: Playing the trumpet, driving fast cars, traveling. 
ACTIVITY: Band 1,2,3,4. 

REMEMBERS: Good times in Freshman and Sophomore English classes, cold football games, passing 
three years of Spanish. 
AMBITION: To get four years of college education and then do a little traveling with a nice car. 





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NANCY THERESE SOUZA 
Nance 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I'm only kidding." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 

PET PEEVES: Football cheerleaders sauntering across the field at half time while the band is per- 
forming, two-faced people. 
HOBBIES: Swimming, sailing. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2; Science Fair 1; Intramural Basketball; Basketball Referee 1; Field Hockey 
1; Pep Club 2,3; Finance C omm ittee 4; Yearbook Staff; Majorettes 1,2,3,4; Softball. 
REMEMBERS: Cheering for a great basketball team and marching for the best football team, Junior 
Week, Junior Prom, teaching gym classes, Band Concerts and our first band letter, Wilmington High 
School and the Class of "65." 
AMBITION: To become a physical education teacher and to be happy with my mate. 



JOHN N. STANLEY 
Stretch 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: Z Z z z (As in Phyzics) 
FAVORITE SPORT: Cross-Country Track. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Anything Mr. Kelley teaches. 
PET PEEVE: Being called Stanley. 
HOBBIES: Running, reading, hating girls, people. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross-country 1,2,3,4; Track 1,3,4; Science Club and fair 1,2; "200" mile club. 
AMBITION: To go to Harvard (In a Bottle), and to learn how to smile. 



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DOROTHY F. SUGGS 

Dossy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What time is it?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Biology and English. 

PET PEEVES: A certain boy in my sophomore year, getting up in the morning, and split person- 
alities. 

HOBBIES: Singing, sewing, and basketball. 

ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball; Chorus 1,2,3; The Conspirators, Prom Committee 3; Senior 
class play, Dramatics Club 4. 






EDWARD SUPRENANT 
Soup 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What did you do that for?" 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Baseball, football, hockey. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Linda. 

PET PEEVE: Cars with no white walls. 

HOBBIES: Linda and cars. 

REMEMBERS: The night of September 12, 1963. 

AMBITION: To make good at whatever I do. 



ALAN ROBERT TEMPLE 
Al 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Is that a joke?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Basketball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Math. 
PET PEEVE: Lousy drivers. 

HOBBIES: Bowling, swimming, spectator sports. 
REMEMBERS: Mr. Kelley's math class. 
AMBITION: To go to college. 




KATHLEEN TIMULTY 

Kathy 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, boy!" 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Bookkeeping. 

PET PEEVES: Getting up in the morning and people who don't keep dates on time. 

HOBBIES: Talking on the telephone and boys. 

REMEMBERS: The school, the dances, and the great kids. 

AMBITION: To be a secretary. 



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MARY ELIZABETH TORREDIMARE 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "'Oh ya." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Bowling. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Shorthand and Jerry. 
PET PEEVE: R.B. 

HOBBIES: Swimming, bowling, miniature golf, talking on the telephone, shopping, writing letters. 
ACTIVITIES: Varsity Basketball 3; Chorus. 

REMEMBERS: The conversations at the lunch table, the letter Mr. Grant found; Dottie, Nancy, 
Bene, Janice, and Anita in homerooms all through high school, being an attendant at the Junior 
Prom. 
AMBITIONS: To travel and to see the world, to find the certain one for me. 



BERNARD R. TRAYWICK 
Bemie 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Lunch, guidance appointments, U.S. History. 

PET PEE\~ES: Kids that never have butts, teachers that always yell. 

ACTIMTIES: Dance Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show; Senior Play. 

REMEMBERS: Middleton. Junior Variety Show. Uncle Yinnie. grace before lunch, The Rex, "Louie 

Louie." 

AMBITION: To graduate from college and to be successful in whatever I do. 





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ANTHONY TRIMARCHI 
Nino 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Knock it off. will ya?" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Baseball and hockey. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 
PET PEEML: Teachers who put you to sleep. 
HOBBY: Playing pool. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2.3.4; Hockey 4. 
REMEMBERS: Sneaking cigarettes in school. 
AMBITION: To graduate in 1965. 



NORINE VON K\HLE 
Reme 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "'It's so thin you can shoot peas through it." 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Bookkeeping. 

PET PEEVES: People who bite their finger nails, moody people, people who don't believe my age, 
bucket seats. 

HOBBIES: Swimming, dancing, skating, and boys. 
ACTIMTIES: Senior Play; Softball; Dance Committee 4. 

REMEMBERS: Crazy day and football games, "Louie Louie," Hampton Beach, cornstalking. 
AMBITION: To be a success in life. 




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SHEILA A. WALLACE 
Sheil Cuddles 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What I did!" 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Algebra. 

PET PEEVE: People who want to make themselves bigger than others. 

ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show; Senior Play Commit- 
tee. 

REMEMBERS: The mad rush to lunch and the girls' room. 
AMBITION: To become an elementary teacher. 





ERIC WELLS 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You're not too swift." 

ACTIVITIES: French Club, Science Club, Drama Club, Special chorus, Interact Club, National Hon- 
or Society. 
HOBBIES: Cars, motorcycles, relaxing at home and in school. 

REMEMBERS: Being paralyzed by laughter at Mr. Kelley's jokes and by a certain red-head. 
AMBITION: To be a high school history teacher. 



DARLENE A. WENNING 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Ya know!" 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Skiing, football, hockey. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: Home Economics. 

PET PEEVE: Walking to school. 

HOBBIES: Bowling, ice skating, fixing cars. 

REMEMBERS: Chats in the girls' rooms with Dee and M. F. 

AMBITION: To go to hairdresser's school and to get married in June. 




STANLEY R. WHITE, JR. 
Stan 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Ya don't say!" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Graphic Arts. 
PET PEEVE: Freaky girls. 

HOBBIES: Girls, females, and the opposite sex. 
REMEMBERS: Forgetting. 
AMBITION: To become a printer. 




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ELIZABETH WILSON 
Bette 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 
PET PEEVE: Gym class. 

HOBBIES: Swimming, hooking rugs, and Doug. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3; Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 3; Junior Variety Show; Senior 
Play. 

REMEMBERS: Mr. Curley's Problems class and home room periods. 
AMBITION: To become a hairdresser. 



KENNETH J. WILSON 
Willy 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Knock it off, will ya?" 
FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 
FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 
PET PEEVE: Boring classes. 
HOBBIES: Playing baseball, pool, and bowling. 
ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 2,3; Prom Committee 3. 
REMEMBERS: 109, Geometry class and Miss Parker, sneaking cigarettes. 
AMBITION: To become an engineer. 





JOHN WINTERS 

Jack 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh my word." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVE: Long lunch lines. 

HOBBIES: Working at DeMoulas, sports, and girls. 

ACTIVITY: Alpha Staff. 

REMEMBERS: Hating to go to school. 

AMBITION: To graduate. 



DONNA L. YENTILE 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "You rogue," and "Yuk." 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Basketball and skating. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Art and Home Economics. 

PET PEEVE: People who think they're superior to others when they're not. 

HOBBIES: Wilmington Youth Crusaders Drum and Bugle Corps, drawing, going to parties, going to 
competitions. 

REMEMBERS: Mrs. McDermott's Home Economic classes and lunch time with Doris, Judy and 
Sheila. 

AMBITION: To stay in the Crusaders until I'm 21 and then maybe go on to Art School, to own a 
'58 Ford Convertible, baby blue. 



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STEPHEN WESLEY YOUNG 

Steve 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Weird." 

FAVORITE SPORT: Football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVE: Hypocrites. 

ACTIVITIES: Work with my brother's construction company. 

HOBBIES: Canoeing, weight lifting. 

AMBITION: To succeed at life. 





WILLIAM E. YOUNG 

Billy 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "That's wild and swinging." 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Baseball and football. 

FAVORITE SUBJECT: History. 

PET PEEVES. Long lunch lines and Kenny in homeroom. 

HOBBIES: Baseball and football. 

REMEMBERS: Miss Brandt's Spanish Class. 

AMBITION: To go to college and become a teacher. 



SUSAN ZAMAITES 
Sue 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Yuck! Yuck!" 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Basketball and Softball. 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Typing and Home Economics. 
PET PEEVE: Monday mornings. 

HOBBIES: Coin collecting, talking on the phone, and bowling. 
ACTIVITY: Softball 1. 

REMEMBERS: Mr. Eager's 10th grade Study classes. 
AMBITIONS: To go to I.B.M. School and to travel the world. 




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OTHER SENIORS 



Douglas Clark 
Paul Fielding 
Thomas Giddings 
Joseph Infantino 
David A. Jackson 
Henry J. Keeler 
Robert A. Landry 
Fred Lippert 



Lawrence Marcy 
Kenneth Mason 
Ronald McLaren 
John R. Merry 
Michael R. Robinson 
Eugene Trout 
Randall Walden 
Paul White 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer, David White; Vice-President, 
Arlene Phillips; President, Bruce Arnold; and Secretary, Delores 
DeLisle. 




UNDERCLASS 
OFFICERS 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Secretary, Janice 
Robbins; President, Dave Boeri; Treasurer, Andy Giannino; 
and Vice President, Michael Caira. 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer, Frances Mac- 
Lean; President, Ralph DeLisle; Vice President, Chuckie 
Nickerson; and Secretary, Gary Irwin. 






TOPS IN OUR BOOK 






MOST POPULAR JUNIORS: Dickie Dussault and Delores DeLisle. 




MOST POPULAR SOPHOMORES: Janice 
Robbins and Dave Boeri. 




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MOST POPULAR FRESHMEN: Ralph DeLisle 
and Pat Mahoney. 




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SUPERLATIVES 



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Best Personality 
Mr. & Miss W.H.S. 
Busiest 

Most Likely to Succeed 
Most Versatile 
Most Studious 
Most Talkative 
Most Dependable 
Most Sophisticated 
Most Bashful 
Most Ambitious 
Most Talented 
Most Popular Senior 
Best Athlete 
Best Build 
Best Figure 

Best Dressed 

Best Dancer 

Teacher's Ruin 

Class Clown 

Tallest 

Shortest 

Most Collegiate 

Class Show-off 

Class Pals 

Class Sweethearts 
Class Actor 
Class Actress 
Class Flirt 
Class Artist 
Frankest 
Handsomest 
Prettiest 
Prettiest Hair 



Trudy Montouri 
Alice Perry 
Maria Ferrara 
Barbara McLain 
Maria Ferrara 
Joan Draheim 
Patti Jacquith 
Margaret Harding 
Janet Harrison 
Mary Sheehan 
Maria Ferrara 
Margaret Harding 
Frani DeLisle 
Lucille Huston 

Dottie Hersom 
Jeanne Ross 
Jeanne Balch 
Pat Pratt 
Charlotte Rich 
Barbara McLain 
Ruth Cicciu 
Margaret Harding 
Patti Jacquith 
Janet Harrison 
Jane Hibbard 

Ann Fuller 

Joanne Baker 
Ruth Cicciu 
Carol Carrasco 
Janet Harrison 

Patti Jacquith 
Barbara McLain 



Jimmy Newhouse 
Jimmy Newhouse 
Dick Page 
Pete Emery 
Pete Emery 
Paul Bannister 
Jackie Baldwin 
Dick Page 
Cory Coombs 
Steve O'Brien 
Al Cuoco 
Tommy Hand 
Dick Page 
Billy Ritchie 
Gene Dussault 

Billy Powers 
Gene Dussault 
Steve Phillips 
Bill Kasabuski 
John Stanley 
Danny Rheume 
Dave Orndorff 
Bill Kasabuski 
Jimmy Newhouse 
Bobby Nolan 
Lynn Billings 
Jeff Sheerin 

Ed Latta 
Jackie Garden 
Dave Orndorff 
Cory Coombs 

Cory Coombs 



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Prettiest Eyes 

Prettiest Smile 

Sleepiest 

Quietest 

Noisiest 

Friendliest 

Largest Vocabulary 

Hottest Temper 

Class Babies 

Most Courteous 

Most Intelligent 

Most Popular Junior 

Most Popular Sophomore 

Most Popular Freshman 

Class Song 



Carol Carrasco 
Patti Jacquith 
Pat Pratt 
Mary Sheehan 
Charlotte Rich 
Donna Fenlon 
Joanne Baker 
Maureen O'Reilly 
Nancy Connolly 
Delia Richards 
Joanne Baker 
Dolores DeLisle 
Janice Robbins 
Pat Mahoney 
"■Louie, Louie" 



Mike Kasabuski 
Dick Page 
Jack Garden 
Steve O'Brien 
Mike Kasabuski 
Jimmy Newhouse 
Paul Bannister 
Billy Ritchie 
Keith Gunning 
Paul Currier 
Paul Bannister 
Dickie Dussault 
Dave Boeri 
Ralphie DeLisle 




Mr. & Miss W.H.S. 



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"Goo-goo, Gaa-gaa" 





"Ooh, it tickles!" 




"Let's join the buddy plan." 



"The eyes have it." 





"Easy on the teasing.' 



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"Yuk, yuk, yuk! 




"Oh Eddie!" 





'Together forever." 




"Wake us after midterms." 



"Juliet, wherefore art thou?" 



"A pail full of puddin'!" 




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SENIOR PLAYERS: FRONT ROW: D. Hudson, B. Ritchie, P. Currier, Co-Captains J. Newhouse and 
R. Page, A. Cuoco, S. Phillips, and J. Baldwin. REAR: M. Kasabuski, D. Dayton, B. Kirby, D. Kello- 
way, G. Lane, L. Billings, P. Lippiello. 



FOOTBALL 







The squad, its coaches, and managers. 

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The Flip of the Coin 



The Football Coaches: John Ritchie, Fred Bellissimo, 
and John Murphy. 




SCORES 



Wilmington 34 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 38 

Wilmington 34 

Wilmington 30 

Wilmington 6 

Wilmington 6 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 6 



Methuen 





Chelmsford 


26 


Billerica 


6 


Burlington 


14 


N. Andover 


12 


Dracut 





N. Reading 


6 


Lynnfield 


14 


Tewksbury 


8 



The Essential Pep Talk 



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The Ups . 



and Downs 





The New Plan Of Attack 



. . . A FOOTBALL GAME 



The Crucial Touchdown 



FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 




Football Cheerleaders 
D. Hersom, A. Fuller. D. DeLisle, G. O'Reilly. P. Jaquith, N. Connolly, V. Fogg, L. Piazzola. R. 
Cicciu. CENTER: A. Perry, Captain. 






Alice Perry. Cheerleading Captain 
for the football squad. 




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CROSS COUNTRY 




CROSS-COUNTRY SQUAD: FRONT: D. Knight, D. Boeri, R. Woodland, co-capt; R. Hulse, capt; 
J. Stanley, D. Pembrook. REAR: Mr. Shea, coach; S. Arsenault, F. Harrington, M. Merenda, M. Ka- 
zinski, G. Cox, A. Morlani, P. Bannister. 



FIELD HOCKEY 




THE FIELD HOCKEY TEAM: FRONT: N. Farrell, P. Masterson, C. Riccelli, T. Fairfield, J. Lally, 
C. McMillan, P. MacDonald. REAR: D. Bishop, manager; K. Baldwin, V. Schena, T. Moody, M. 
Gamble, K. Moore, E. Zaverson, N. Weinberg, Miss McCarthy, coach. 



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Team: FIRST ROW: K. Butler. T. Pote. Co-Captains; E. Latta and W. Ritchie. B. Arnold. L. Bryant. 
SECOXD ROW: Coach Dicey. T. Manuel. J. Harrington. J. Sheerin. D. Garland. D. Orndoff. D. Dus- 
sault. D. Dayton. Manager. 



BASKETBALL 




Starting line-up in the huddle. 




Cory Coombs up for the shot. 




Set shot by Bruce Mutchler 



BOYS' BASKETBALL 

A determined basketball squad, under the direction of Coach Di- 
cey, tried their best in each game, but were unable to gain a high 
position in the league standings. Although their record of 2 wins and 
12 losses seems to indicate a dismal season, it must be taken into con- 
sideration that three teams in the Lowell Suburban League qualified 
for the Tech. Tourney, which indicates the high quality of play 
maintained. 

Seniors on the squad were Co-Captains Ed Latta and Bill Ritchie, 
Dave Orndoff, Bruce Mutchler, Cory Coombs, Ken Butler, Tom 
Manuel, and Lynn Billings. 




SUMMARY 


OF 


LEAGUE 




GAMES 






Opponent 




1st 


2nd 


Chelmsford 




64-89 


29-99 


Burlington 




53-49 


52-93 


Billerica 




42-84 


58-80 


Methuen 




60-71 


45-86 


No. Andover 




62-91 


40-83 


Dracut 




87-95 


69-81 


Tewksbury 




58-59 


69-67 



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A basket for Dave Orndorff. 



A side shot by Billy Ritchie. 



Eddie Latta's jump shot. 




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Team: Manager M. Harding; N. Farrell, S. Brunelle, S. Justice, T. Fairfield, N. Hall, Captain, L. 
Huston; S. Burns, J. Kroll, V. Schena, M. Ferrara, P. MacDonald, assist, manager, L. McLaughlin. 




SENIORS: L. Huston. N. Hall, and M. Ferrara. 



The 1965 Lowell Suburban League Champions 

Under the capable coaching of Miss Georgia Dadoly, the Girls' 
Varsity Basketball Team completed their season with an unde- 
feated-untied record of 16-wins, no losses, and captured the Low- 
ell Suburgan League Championship. The fabulous squad burned 
up the court with an amazing exhibition of dribbling, accurate 
passing, and a substantial shooting percentage. Their ability to 
play as a team, not as individual stars, contributed to their great 
success. 

Seniors on the squad were Captain Lucille Huston and Nancy 
Hall on defense, and Maria Ferrara on offense. The high scorers 
were Juniors Sandy Burns with 218 points and Sharon Justice 
with 126 points. With these hoopsters returning next year, anoth- 
er winning season seems likely for the Wildcats. 



Non-League Games: 




League Games: 




Alumni 


52-29 


Chelmsford 


40-20 


Lynnfield 


36-26 


Burlington 


49-18 


Bedford 


38-30 


Billerica 


49-46 


Andover 


42-15 


Methuen 


64-43 


N. Reading 


35-18 


N. Andover 


54-25 


N. Andover 


34-31 


Dracut 


46-27 


Dracut 


50-30 


Tewksbury 


35-32 


Tewksbury 


33-31 


Allstars 


34-27 



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THE WAY TO A CHAMPIONSHIP: 




"Fight, score, win, think! 





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Shooting. 



BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS 




ROW 1: B. McLain, X. Sousa. Capt. ROW 2: L. Jacobsen, B. McLain. D. Fenlon, J. Erwin, E. Zaino, 
L. Crossen. N. Hersom. 





Captain Nancy Sousa 



Seniors Barbara McLain and Donna Fenlon. 



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HOCKEY 



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Ice fever gripped the student body for the first time in 
the school's history, as the Merrimack Valley Hockey 
League was formed. The addition of this contact sport to 
the competitive curricula brought many Wilmington fans 
to the new sports arena to watch their team in action. 
The squad completed the season with 8 wins, 4 losses, 
and 3 ties, which put them in third place in the league 
standings behind Masconomet and Billerica. 

Senior center Pete Emery was leading scorer and Most 
Valuable Player in the league. He and senior defenseman 
Dick Page also gained berths on the All-Star Team. Oth- 
er seniors on the squad were Paul Currier, Jack Garden, 
Gene Dussault, Tom Hand, Wayne Hamilton, Dennis De- 
Maggio, and Nino Trimarchi. 











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SUMMARY OF THE SCORES 



Wilmington vs. 


Billerica 


5-4 




Burlington 


9-0 




Masconomet 


1-3 




Chelmsford 


4-3 




Ipswich 


8-3 




Billerica 


2-2 




Burlington 


1-2 




Masconomet 


2-2 




Chelmsford 


8-3 




Ipswich 


3-6 




Billerica 


3-7 




Burlington 


6-3 




Masconomet 


2-2 




Chelmsford 


7-2 




Ipswich 


3-2 



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BASE 



SCORES 



Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 



6 Burlington 

N. Andover 3 

1 Chelmsford 2 
8 Dracut 3 
5 Billerica 2 

Methuen 2 

1 Tewksbury 2 



The Wildcat Sluggers 




Billy Ritchie 



Dennis DeMaggio 



Mike Kasabuski 



BALL 



Wilmington 


8 


Burlington 


1 


Wilmington 


3 


N. .And over 


4 


Wilmington 


3 


Chelmsford 


5 


Wilmington 


9 


Dracut 


5 


Wilmington 


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Billerica 


3 


Wilmington 


8 


Methuen 


7 


Wilmington 


4 


Tewksburv 


3 




Lvnn Billings 





Nino Trimarchi. Michael Gionfriddo. Robert Smith. 




James Newhouse 



Frank Ingram 





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Paul Currier 



Corvdon Coombs 



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THE TRACK TEAM: FRONT: G. Phillips, C. Guarino, C. Shea, D. Knight, M. Merenda, D. Boeri, 
B. Johnson, G. Cox, P. Bannister. 2nd ROW: W. Kobylak, H. Devlin, P. Zaverson, T. Mclnnis, S. 
Nielson, F. Harrington, S. Melloni, W. Gauvin, L. Wright, S. Horton, A. Morlani. REAR: Mr. Shea, 
coach; M. Burns. J. Sheerin. K. Heim. J. Hamilton, capt.; J. Stanley, D. Norton, B. Woodland, R. 
Hulse, P. Winchell, D. McLean. R. Shurtleff. 



SOFTBALL 




THE SOFTBALL TEAM: FRONT: N. O'Brien. S. Jensen, D. Leverone, B. Szadis, N. Ritchie. B. 
Alden. 2nd ROW: R. Chisholm. S. Justice, M. Sheehan, capt.; S. Coy, L. McLaughlin, P. MacDonald. 
3rd ROW: J. Pizzala, manager; L. Bridges, W. Evans, M. Gamble, D. Williams, Miss Dadoly, coach. 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 




Editor Margaret Harding and Advisor Miss Hellmer. 



The staff at work. 




ROW 1: N. Connoly, J. Baker, B. McLain, M. Harding (Editor); R. Ciccui, L. Abelli, B. Ayotte. ROW 
2: Miss Hellmer, A. Perry. J. Iovana, M. Kearney, D. Pelerin, J. Gage, D. Hersom. ROW 3: J. Or- 
lowski. G. O'Reilly, J. Draheim, N. Souza, C. Rich. 



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FRENCH AND LATIN CLUBS 




ROW 1: B. McLain, J. Orlowski, M. Ferrara, V. Pres.; T. Manuel, Pres.; T. Fairfield, Sec; T. Mon- 
touri, Treas.; N. Connolly. ROW 2: Mrs. Baran, P. Kelley, J. LeBlanc, D. MacEacherns, C. Coombs, 
E. Wells, E. Melloni, S. Ward, B. Hodgkins, M. Keough. 




ROW 1: R. Anderson, Treas.; P. Bannister, Vice Pres.; R. Cicciu, Sec; D. Boeri. ROW 2: N. Wein- 
burg, P. Kelley, J. Gardner, J. Brown, M. Boudreau, C. Anderson, K. Lindmark, Mr. Eager. 

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MATH LEAGUE AND SCIENCE CLUB 




ROW 1: A. Cuoco, B. Holbrook, P. MacDonald, B. McLain. M. 
Gamble. B. McLain. C. Rich. D. Williams, L. Crossen, N. Wein- 
berg, W. Gardner. ROW 2: Mr. Kelley, advisor; J. Staff, D. Pern- 
brook. S. Neilson. T. Manuel, E. Hankev, R. Ely. C. Coombs, P. 



Emery, W. Kennedy, R. Shurtleff, D. Coolidge, P. Bannister, A. 
Dyer. ROW 3: G. Norton, R. Wolff, F. Ingram, P. Malatesta, G. 
Milley, D. Crawford, A. McPhee, C. Moegelen, R. Thomas, A. 
Temple, R. Smith. 




ROW 1: W. Gardner, E. Wells, R. Connolly. ROW 2: Mr. Sullivan, W. Drew, J. Hamilton, A. Petto, C. 
Shea. 



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THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




The inducted members of the National Honor Society repeat the oath after Advisor Vincent Gallucci 



The National Honor Society is comprised of candidates in the top ten per cent 
of their class who possess the four essential qualities of scholarship, character, 
leadership, and service. 

This year the organization was quite active sponsoring the Book Fair and the 
"Spring Fling" dance, and being guests of honor at a banquet given by the 
school committee. 




NEWLY INDUCTED MEMBERS 

Bruce Camber 
Mary Anne Connors 
Joan Draheim 
Joyce Drew 
Janet Le Blanc 
Sally McDonough 
Diana Pellerin 
Charlotte Rich 

Donald Coolidge 
Arthur Dyer 
Nancy Farrell 
Judith Gardner 
Mary Keough 
Paula MacDonald 
Lillian Piazzola 
Paulette Savignac 
Richard Shurtleff 
Janet Vitale 



SENIOR MEMBERS INDUCTED LAST YEAR: FRONT: Wayne Gardner, Bar- 
bara McLain, treas.; Joanne Baker, sec; Bob Smith, V. Pres.; Al Cuoco, Pres. 2nd 
ROW: Alice Perry, Paul Bannister, Eric Wells, Nancy Connolly, Peter Emery, Paul 
Malatesta. 



STUDENT COUNCIL AND INTERACT 




FROXT ROW: C. Rich. A. Perry, T. Montuori. B. Camber, president: T. Fairfield. K. Butler, 
C. Blake. BACK ROW: L. O'Connell. S. Justice. W. Williams, Miss M. Muldoon. advisor; 
Miss E. Murplv. advisor: D. Boeri. D. Bishop. 



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/?0H' /: B. Smith. P. Emery, C. Coombs. P. Bannister. E. Wells. J. Yentile. B. Camber. ROW 
2: Mr. S. Curlew L. O'Connell. D. Boeri. D. Coolidge. D. Moore. R. ShurtlefT. A. Dyer, P. 
Leverone. ROW 3: D. Smallidge, P. Malatesta, P. Malatesta. W. Gardner. G. Norton. 



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BUSINESS CLUB AND ALPHA STAFF 




BACK ROW: Mr. C. Shiere, advisor; E. Marr, D. Kane, N. Iverson, D. Grasso, J. Vitale, D. Nichols, 
E. Leo, M. Mirassola, B. Goss. FRONT ROW: V. Osberg, A. Outridge, B. Smith, vice pres.; D. Her- 
som, pres.; D. Pellerin, sec; R. Connolly, G. Nichols. 




BACK ROW: J. Ely, S. Beers, C. Bloomerth, D. Scaro, D. Gamlin, S. Nickerson, T. Moody, C. Fili- 
powiz, S. Keane, L. Birkle, B. Lindmark. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Aldrich, R. DeLisle, D. Johnson, D. 
Goule, D. Berger, H. Arnone, D. MacEachern, A. Petto, A. Riccelli, B. Nelson, D. Hillier, T. Ventura, 
T. Kelley. FIRST ROW: D. Traywick, W. Atkinson, P. Kelly, M. Anderson, co-editor; J. Drew, editor; 
P. Campos, production manager; D. Daigle, C. Jillett, B. Hodgkins. 



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CHESS AND SKI CLUBS 




ROW 1: R. Lyford, C. Shea, Miss Kazalski, D. McEachern, R. Thomas. 
ROW 2: M. Kaszynski, E. Hanke, R. Wolff, J. Staff. 




ROW 1: T. Yentile. L. O'Connell. ROW 2: C. Coombs. J. Hibbard. S. Mi- 
chelson, B. Camber, Pres.; C. McClure, J. Locari. B. Smith. ROW 3: Miss 
Gregg, C. Anderson. G. Irwin, E. Gallagher. B. Harrison, M. O'Rourke, Mr. 
Shea, K. Heim. P. Reitchel. L. Carpenter, F. Mortellitti, L. Squires. ROW 4: 
J. Yentile. L. Curtis. M. Burns. E. Ladda, G. Milley. J. Hamilton, R. Wal- 
den. 



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ART AND PEP CLUBS 




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ROW I: J. LeBlanc, T. Moody, M. Cram, C. Howe, D. Nichols, C. Blomerth. ROW 2: Mrs. Davis, 
P. Kelley, S. Haley, A. Small, K. Heim, A. Nelson, J. Balser, L. Meads. 




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ROW 1: D. Johnson, L. Jacobsen, K. Mirowski, P. Cone, L. Crosson, D. Leverone, A. Stanley, 
E. Sicard, J. Laquidara. ROW 2: J. Robbins, N. Hersom, M. Maclver, J. Pizzalla, D. Cuoco, C. 
Zaino, B. Bishop, P. Pearson, R. Ciccui, M. Winters. ROW 3: D. Berger, K. Sevener, B. Smith, C. 
Gunn, M. Silva, B. Drew, K. Lautz, V. Osberg, W. Atkinson. 






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THE MAJORETTES 




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TWIRLERS: FRONT: Captain Maria Ferrara and Drum Majorette Barb McLain. REAR: Judith 
Erwin, Bev McLain, Eleanor Denault, Kathy McCue, Sandy Burns, Nancy Souza, Michele Caira, and 
Diane Mirasola. 





HEAD MAJORETTES: Capt. Maria Fer- 
rara, Drum Majorette Barb McLain. 

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BAND AND CHORUS 




Band moving into "W" formation. 




The band enjoying one of the games. 




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CHORUS: FRONT: Elaine Smith, Arlene Siteman, Karen Sevener, Elaine Zaverson, Diane Johnson, 
Mary Lou Silva, Martha Ballou, Sandra Faulkner, Paulette Savignac, Joanne Bruno, Virginia 
Osberg, Diane Johanan, Susan McLaughlin, B. Douglas Townshend (Director). BACK: Robert 
McAllister, Kathleen Page, Donald Coolidge, Michael Kaszinski, John Sullivan, Gerald Lawrence, 
Wayne Drew, Douglas Morton, Donald Pembrook, Linda Sullivan, Phyllis DeCosta. 



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THE PEACE CORPS GIRLS 




THE SENIOR PLAY CAST 



Jill Parkhirst Joanne Baker 

Dinah Peterson Carol Carrasco 

Shirley Suss Fran DeLisle 

Line Macrae Bernie Traywick 

Ed Scandori Thomas Hand 

Dwayne Cromwell Jeff Sheerin 

Dr. Fredericks Stuart Silverman 

Miss Hopkins Diana Pellerin 

First Psychiatrist Wayne Gardner 

Second Psychiatrist Kenneth Heim 

Congressman Parkhirst Dan Rheaume 



Isabella Roxas Mary Connors 

Mr. Esmilla Keith Gunning 

Mr. Tanada Phil O'Brien 

Mrs. Tanada Anita Rosa 

Josephina Renie Von Kahle 

Mrs. Tatlonghari Dot Marchant 

Mrs. Flores Dotty Suggs 

Mrs. Anonuevo Louise Holbrook 

Mrs. Isip Eileen Durant 

B. Cochran Nancy Hall 

E. Cochran Bruce Mutchler 





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The segregation at class meetings. 







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Fans and Cheerleaders. 



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THE SENIOR PROM 




Seniors and their dates. 



The Senior Class 

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requests the pleasure of your company 

at their Senior Prom 

on Friday, June 4, 1965, 

eight til one, 

at the Hillview Country Club, 

North Reading. 




Dancing. 




Dining. 






JUNE 4, 1965 . . . 




The Grand March 





Choosing the Queen and her Court 




J. Orlowski, J. Chisholm, E. Hadley, Queen, P. Jaquith; M. Torredimare, E. Lynch, A. Rosa. 




GRADUATION 




Graduates marching in 





Essayist, Peter Emery 



Valedictorian, Paul Bannister 





Guest of Honor, Miss Marland 



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Oldest graduate, Mrs. Woods 







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Awarding of diplomas 



Scholarship recipient, Sally McDonough 








Benediction 





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SALUTATORY 



Members of the school committee, Mr. Shea, Mr. McMahon, teachers, parents, 
Reverent clergy, fellow classmates, and invited guests: 

It is a great honor for me, on behalf of the class of 1965, to welcome you to 
our graduation exercises. For some, today's ceremony will be the conclusion of 
their formal education; for others, the conclusion of twelve years of preparation 
for further education. The graduates gathered here today are an acknowledge- 
ment of your guidance, love, and care. 

Looking back we cannot help but appreciate and admire those who have led us 
toward this day. Parents and teachers alike deserve our utmost gratitude for what 
they have done for us. Leading us by the hand, prodding us from behind when 
necessary, these people have helped us realize and accept the importance of an 
education. They have helped us, through their constant surveillance and assis- 
tance, to obtain the ultimate goals of any student. 

Looking ahead we experience many emotions: fear for our continued success, 
anxiety over our new-found independence, but above all, hope for a happy life. 
From this hope stems faith — faith in ourselves, in our fellow human beings, and in 
God. Without this faith we will have nothing to grasp, no straw to clutch if our 
dream world crumbles. 

Yesterday and today were sheltered worlds. We walked proudly, carefree in the 
sun, rarely considering evil, seeing only good. Ignorant of the worries of others, 
we roamed in the warmth and serenity of protection. Oblivious to conflict and se- 
cure in the palm of experience's hand, we had little thought for the future. 

Tomorrow is another world — a world wrought with responsibility, strife, and 
worry. Suddenly we are confronted with all we have been sheltered from for 
twelve years. Thrust abruptly from experience's abode, we must build our own 
defenses against the bigotry and greed of the outside. We may no longer depend 
on adults for total guidance, for we have become young adults ourselves. 

But we are not alone. There are some who will fail. There are many more, 
however, who will not fail and will not be discouraged by the numerous set-backs 
in life. 

For twelve years we have been readied for today's ceremony. Our teachers have 
spent many hours assisting us to develop our minds and bodies. These hours have 
been fruitful; we, here, are the visible proof of those hours. The greatest amount 
of credit, however, goes to our parents. 

As parents they have loved us, taught us, and provided for us. Love comes nat- 
urally to a parent, instruction also, but sufficient provision is a life-long struggle. 
We may never realize what sacrifices they have made, material as well as emo- 
tional. The youth of today tends to forget that his parents are more than stern 
protectors. His memory lapses when he tries to recall moments of care and under- 
standing. But they do not forget. They have always been near to supply help 
when we wanted it, consolation when we needed it, and love. It is through them 
that we have found the strength and desire to continue, for in today's world of 
competition we have needed both. 

They have been our examples of manhood and womanhood. We can only con- 
tinue to show our respect for them, for this is the best way we know to express 
our love and gratitude for all they have accomplished. Our parents molded us. If 
we, as adults, can only do as well with what God gives us, perhaps the succeeding 
generation of the world will live in peace and love of mankind. 

JOANNE BAKER 



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CLASS ESSAY 



Nineteen centuries ago, Juvenal, the foremost Roman satirist once said, "Mens 
sans in corpore sano." This well-known but seldom heeded phrase translated into 
English simply means "a sound mind in a sound body." Today many of us do 
not realize the extreme signficance of this quotation, and very few of us make an 
effort to exemplify it. We should be aware, however, of the fact that science has 
shown a definite link between mental and muscular conditions, and that most ex- 
perts agree that the better a person's physical well-being, the happier he is likely 
to be. 

In educating the children of our country, equal consideration should be given 
to both the intellectual and physical aspects of the child's health, without an un- 
due emphasis on one to the exclusion of the other. Though a man be capable of 
performing great feats on the athletic field, he is not a "whole" man in the true 
sense of the word if he is not able to think and reason effectively. It is also true 
that a keen mind in a body which has been allowed to deteriorate will be of little 
benefit to the individual. 

"A sound mind in a sound body!" How well these words might serve as a 
guideline for all Americans, young and old. Students require sound health to 
learn, adults to earn a livelihood and to participate effectively in our society. 
It is undoubtedly true that these words signify the most important criter- 
ion for the selection of this country's astronauts who are endeavoring to reach the 
unknown realms of outer space. These men have been trained to attain a high 
degree of mental and physical proficiency. 

Both physical and mental exams are required to enter the armed services of our 
country. The United States is certainly not going to allow some unintelligent, illit- 
erate person into its forces, nor does it intend to permit a physically weak indi- 
vidual defend its flag. These men or women who do enter the military ranks must 
have a sound mind and body. 

When we graduate from school and go on to college or work, our physical and 
mental well-being cannot be neglected. Health, the most priceless possession of 
all, certainly cannot be ignored. Neglect of our bodies can only lead to degenera- 
tion of both the mind and the body. It is extremely worthwhile to continue our 
education or enter into some admirable field of work, but all the prosperity and 
knowledge which one may possess cannot replace the satisfaction of being a 
healthy individual. We owe it to ourselves, our families, and our country to remain 
healthy by always retaining "a sound mind in a sound body." 

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VALEDICTORY 

One of the many strange traits common to the high school 
senior is alledged to be the quality of ingratitude or at least 
forgetfulness. This characteristic is attributed to the student's 
misinterpretation of scholastic responsibility as a form of punish- 
ment. The student, unaware of his education's true value, often 
replaces thanks with resentment. I, however, feel that this year we 
must pause to give credit where it is due. 

To establish the fact that there is a cause for credit we merely 
have to cite our increase in knowledge. Surely, those responsible 
should be recognized. We must acknowledge the work of our school 
system in general and our teachers in particular for bearing the 
immense task of preparing a new generation for life. These 
dedicated people unselfishly impart as much of their knowledge as 
possible to today's youth so that tomorrow's world might benefit. 
Our teachers do not claim to be or produce geniuses. They do, 
however, through experience and training, incite and guide natural 
talents. Despite their seemingly superhuman quantities of knowl- 
edge, patience, and understanding, these devoted people never 
abuse their position with arrogance. Instead, they achieve a 
genuine respect by their own integrity and courtesy. Thus, today's 
teachers provide more than knowledge. They give the youth of 
this nation an example of the benefits achieved in a wholesome 
soul and a creative mind. They give youths their first insight 
into the adult world. The student is shown the requirements for 
life in today's society. By this molding of students' characters, 
our teachers have a personal and powerful hand in forming future 
generations. They are the ones who have tried and always will try 
to provide a better world through better people. 

Now. on behalf of the graduating class of 1965, I would like to 
break the image of the ungrateful senior by giving these unselfish 
donors of knowledge our heartiest, "Thanks, for making us better 
people." 

PAUL BANNISTER 



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CLASS WILL 



We, the class of 1965, being totally insane and having no memory at all, nev- 
ertheless do hereby make our last will and testament. 

Since we realize what our beloved principal has gone through during the past 
four years, we bequeath to him a case of aspirin to help him relax and something 
more potent to help him sleep. Our principal will also be pleased to note that, 
Richard (the Lion-Hearted) Page, out of his tremendous generosity, is returning 
control of Wilmington High School to him. 

To Mr. Sullivan, our class advisor, we entrust a sign measuring 50' x 15', read- 
ing, "Yea, Juniors. Best in W.H.S.," hoping that someday it will be seen and ap- 
preciated by those who were disappointed when it failed to make its first appear- 
ance. In a like manner, a sign reading, "Come to the Ventricle Venture," is 
passed on to Lenny Galvin hoping that no one will ever know which junior 
helped us put it up. 

Bobby Nolan leaves a pack of Winstons to coaches Bellissimo and Ritchie. Ex- 
co-captains Page and Newhouse leave a successful football season to future cap- 
tains Keene and Anderson, with the hope that fewer people will be kicked off for 
fewer reasons than in the past year. In a like manner ex-basketball captains Latta 
and Ritchie leave a winning season to Arnold and Pote. (The question is: where 
did they leave it?) 

Sally McDonough leaves a box of paper clips to Mr. Curley for future snacks. 
Barbara McLain entrusts her height to Kathy Kenny and her baton to her sister 
Beverly. Charlotte Rich and Gerry O'Reilly leave their laughs to haunt the halls 
of W.H.S. forever. Gene Dussault leaves everyone . . . eventually. 

Ken Butler leaves his great basketball skill to Mr. Dicey, hoping that he will 
give it to a deserving freshman. Doug Dayton passes on a roll of tape to John 
Brown to bind the ankles of the basketball team. And, Peter Emery leaves his left 
fibia tendon to hockey. 

Tom Manuel entrusts his seat on the basketball bench to "Gunner Harring- 
ton," and Tony Fantasia leaves to future benchwarmers a record of 31 non- 
playing games. Nancy Souza leaves her cheerleading uniform to next year's cap- 
tain; Dotty Hersom leaves her cheerleading uniform to next year's squad; Lillian 
Halpin leaves her uniform, number 13, to her sister Janis; and Nancy Connolly 
leaves her home-made cheerleading uniform to Miss Brandt. 

Joyce Chinn leaves her gym suit to Carmie Ruggierio, the same one that 
Carmie's sister Carol left Joyce last year. Maria Ferrara leaves her knee guard to 
trick-kneed basketball players, and Jack Garden leaves a roll of tape to trick- 
mouthed hockey players. 

Dotty Marchant leaves a two year supply of hot dogs to her brother Bobby; 
Dotty Sugges leaves to the underclassmen all the spinach they can stomach. Jan- 
ice Lee entrusts a carload of cheeseburgers to her brother Jackie. Joyce Chisolm 
passes on to Shirley D'Errico all the school lunches, and Bruce Mutchler hasn't 
left a morsel of food on his plate for four years. 

Anita Rosa leaves her stilts to anyone with a 6'7" boyfriend, and Mike Kas- 
abuski leaves his kneepads to anyone with a 3'4" girlfriend. Pan Kelly bequeathes 
a bowl of pudding to Bert, Barbara, and Paulette, and a bottle of hair groomer 
to her brother. 

Frank Nigro entrusts a gallon of Old Spice to Jimmy Shine. Trudy Montouri 
leaves all her overdue homework assignments to any underclassmen capable of 
getting them in on time. Delia Richards passes on her seat on the gym bleachers 
to the cheerer for next year's basketball captain, and her moments of jealousy to 
some unfortunate underclassman; Billy Ritchie leaves all his calm moments in a 
thimble. Joanne Lally leaves one empty ice cream cone to Kathy Moore and a 
gym suit from the seventh grade to Sandy Jensen. Richard Denault leaves a 30 
gallon steel drum to Mr. Sullivan. Richard also leaves the road at 90 m.p.h. 

The sextet at Wednesday 3 lunch leaves its table and discussions to next year's 
seniors. Beverly Ayotte bequeaths to Mr. Kelley all the gum he never caught her 



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chewing and a four leaf clover to next year's yearbook staff. Margaret Harding 
leaves a bottle of tranquilizers to next year's yearbook editor. Frank Ingram pass- 
es on his seat in Mr. Kelley's class and his Wooly Bully sweatshirt to Kathy 
Kenny. Bruce Camber leaves gladly to a more conventional institution. Gene 
Dussault and Stephen Phillips leave Dr. Farello a fellowship in 109 and a com- 
bined average of 56. 

Lynn Billings entrusts one pair of sneakers to Mr. Day. Diana, Joyce, Dotty, 
and Joyce leave their telephone numbers on the office bulletin board to any new 
male teachers. Don Kelloway leaves his telephone number on the Ladies' Room 
door for anyone who is interested. 

Mary Anne McLaughlin leaves her books to Cousin Lillian. Lorraine and Don- 
na leave Dorsey their gift to gab. Dotty Campbell passes on to Pete Mazzapica, 
Harvey Pearlstein, Nancy Picanso, and the rest of the gang the memories of "The 
Majesties." Bruce Mutchler leaves his six shooters to brother Bill hoping he will 
soon learn how to use them. 

Danny Rheaume leaves Fay and his nephew to fight with Mr. Sullivan and his 
son. Diana D'Errico bequeaths to Nancy Picanso the radiator seat in the girls- 
room. Pat Pratt passes on all her tardy slips to underclassmen who have a hard 
time awakening. Dolores Enos entrusts the rocks on Church St. to Mr. Eagar. 
Janice Ely leaves her brother to a certain girl. George Casselo leaves the drug 
store roof to anyone else who feels like playing mountain goat. 

Nancy Cole bequeaths a new set of Tinker Toys to Mr. Kelley. Lynn and Ann 
bequeath their locker to any deserving couple, and Gregg Lane also leaves his 
locker to any deserving couple. 

Janet and Jane bequeath their pedestel to Starr, Lillian, and Joan, seeing no 
use for it after the Class of '66. Jane leaves the knack of building tin pyramids to 
Joan and Lillian hoping they will improve with practice. Cheryl Silvers leaves ev- 
erything but Tony. Pete Emery leaves Dolores to the Junior Variety Show of '66. 
Tom Hand entrusts his brother Bob to the Band. Paul Bannister leaves a gal- 
lon of coffee, a carton of cigarettes, and a crying towel to Mr. Coffin. Mike Kas- 
abuski leaves all the butts in the air vents to Mr. Day. Ruth Cicciu leaves first 
place in graduation line to her sister, and Paul Currier leaves signs, alarm clocks, 
tents, and sleeping bags to the underclassmen to keep the office guessing. Dave 
Orndoff leaves one tarpaper shack to his grandmother. Paul Bannister leaves one 
slightly used test tube of nitric acid and the number zero to Mr. Kelley. Jack 
Garden leaves for Florida the day after graduation. Al Cuoco leaves Lillian Pi- 
azzola a barrel of wine, a pot of lasagna, and a Plymouth convertible with a case 
of the hiccoughs. 

We, as a class, pass on to Mr. Gallucci: a bag of Tootsie Rolls, a private office 
with accommodations for either collegians or rats, and a million dollars. To the 
office we leave peace, to the Juniors we entrust our money, to the Sophomores we 
leave 500 unused golf balls, and to the Freshmen we leave our good looks. To 
Mr. Driscoll we leave a promise of never returning, and to Mr. Sullivan we leave 
a long list of stunts that will never be tried again. 



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CLASS HISTORY 



Regardless of what impression we as a class may leave, one thing is certain — 
we have created some vivid memories during our four years as students of Wil- 
mington High. It will be many years before another class will come along that 
will be as creative or as spirited as the class of 1965 has been. Thus, we may re- 
view with pride our accomplishments of the past four years. 

In September of 1961, we returned to school, but now we were freshmen and 
thus accorded more privileges. In the spring of our freshman year, we held our 
first class meeting where Mr. Sullivan was introduced as our class advisor. At a 
later meeting we elected Kenneth Butler as president, Bruce Camber as vice-presi- 
dent, Frances DeLisle as secretary, and Keith Gunning as treasurer. 

During our sophomore year, we were given more of an opportunity to partici- 
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ler, president; Janet Harrison, vice-president; Frances DeLisle, secretary; and 
Keith Gunning, treasurer. In December came our first opportunity to work to- 
gether on a class activity, our Christmas dance, the Candy Cane Twist. 

By our junior year, it became evident that our class was well on the way to 
making a name for itself. Because of the variety of personalities to be found in 
our class, we were equally successful in the classroom and on the athletic field. 
The class officers we selected to guide us through so important a year were Rich- 
ard Page, president; Albert Cuoco, vice-president, Frances DeLisle, secretary; and 
Maria Ferrara, treasurer. 

A profound sadness descended upon the students of W.H.S. in the wake of 
President Kennedy's assassination. Out of respect to his memory, we postponed 
our Thanksgiving Dance. Our rescheduled dance, the Plymouth Rock, was the 
first activity of the new year, held on January 18, 1964. 

All our efforts were next concentrated on preparations for the Junior Prom. On 
March 20, the gym was transformed into a scene of underwater fantasy for "A 
Night in the Blue Lagoon." Patricia Jaquith presided as our queen. Her atten- 
dants were Dotty Hersom, Francine Lynch, Barbara McLain, Charlotte Rich, An- 
ita Rosa, and Mary Torredimare. 

As spring approached, we anticipated that week which we could call our own. 
Excitement mounted as everyone waited to see if we could outclass the seniors. By 
the week's end everyone had to concede that we not only outclassed them, but 
had conducted one of the most successful Junior Weeks in the history of W.H.S. 

On Monday, May 25, our banquet was held during which Mr. McMahon pres- 
ented awards to those students who had obtained the highest averages in their 
classes. Tuesday was Tag Day. On Wednesday we showed our talents for fashion 
innovation in observance of Crazy Day. The greatest interest, however, centered 
around our Junior Variety Show. For months the cast had been rehearsing, and 
as rumors leaked out, everyone decided it might be a show worth seeing. The per- 
formances surpassed all expectations. Our class displayed their talents in an 
amazing variety of skits. Who will ever forget that troupe of graceful ballerinas, 
the wild music of the Discords, or Wilmington's own Beatles? The show was su- 
pervised by Stuart Silverman and Margaret Harding provided the piano accom- 
paniment. 

In no time at all our senior year was upon us. All the class officers whom we 
had elected in our Junior year remained in office. Our first dance of the year was 
the Pumpkin Puddin, which was held on October 29. Under the direction of Miss 
Fowler, the Senior Play, "The Peace Corps Girls" was held December 10 and 12. 
Against the exotic panorama of a native Phillipine village, the cast gave an excel- 
lent performance. Our second dance of the year was the Ventricle Venture, held 
on February 12. Some of the more daring members of the publicity committee 
hung a sign on the school announcing the dance to all passers-by. 

Graduation practice commenced the week we returned from vacation. When 
Mr. McMahon was finally satisfied that we no longer looked like potato farmers, 
the boys brought a fitting end to the entire episode by burying Barbara's baton. 

The final week of school brought to a close our class activities. On Wednesday, 
June 2, the Senior Banquet was held. June 4 was the date of the Senior Prom, 
held at the Hillview Country Club in North Reading. It marked the first time a 
class had held its prom outside the school. Graduation exercises were held on 
June 6. 

As a class we have much to be proud of. We realize that we owe much of our 
success to the advice of our advisor, Mr. Sullivan, and our guidance advisor, Mr. 
Gallucci. Let us continue the successful story of our life as a class into the histo- 
ries of our own lives. 

JOAN DRAHEIM 






CLASS PROPHECY 



Now Channel Seven interrupts its regularly schedule to present this program of 
vital importance: 

"Well, here we are, ladies and gentlemen, at the world famous Firnedly's Res- 
taurant, where the Wilmington High School Class of 1965 is celebrating its 10th 



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reunion. Here is CBS reporter, the former editor of the Alpha, Miss Joyce Drew, 
who will interview and comment on the famous personalities here tonight. Take 
it away, Miss Drew." 

"Good evening. Tonight our guest of honor is the President of the United 
States, Richard Page. Mr. Page, could you tell us what the other class officers are 
doing with themselves lately?" 

"Well, that man wearing the 'walking billboard' type of sign is Al Cuoco, my 
vice-president. He's campaigning for next term and his slogan is 'Don't be a 
Goup.' Maria Ferrara owns an Italian Restaurant, where she butters up spaghetti 
like she used to do with teachers. Fran DeLisle is a secretary, who is also a week- 
ly contestant on Community Audition." 

"How have our athletes done, Mr. Page?" 

"Just fine. On the Boston Patriots we have produced fullback Jim Newhouse, 
quarterback Bill Ritchie, halfback Pat Lippiello, water-boy, Bob Nolan, and 
trainer, Mike Kasabuski. In baseball, Dennis DeMaggio, Cory Coombs, Bob 
Smith, and Frank Ingram were American League All-Stars this season. Dave 
Orndorff, Ken Butler and Ed Latta led the Celtics to the 17th consecutive NBA 
championship. Pete Emery and Jack Garden were top scorers in the NHL, as 
they helped the Bruins capture their first Stanley Cup since the invention of the 
puck." 

"What is that driving into the parking lot?" 

"That's a gold limousine carrying Joanne Baker and Jeff Sheerin back from 
Hollywood, where they just won Academy Awards. JefFs still in those same old 
red-striped long Johns he wore in our class play. And here come our class sweet- 
hearts, Ann Fuller and Lynn Billings — still holding hands after all this time! 
Charlotte Rich and Geri O'Reilly are under contract as the cackling chickens on 
the Kellogg's corn flakes commercial. Lucy Huston has filled Miss McCarthy's 
sneakers. Richard Denault has replaced Joey Chitwood as Liberty Mutual's de- 
molition driver. Richard Cone owns an ice-cream parlor. Eric Wells has struck 
oil. Billy Gordon models clothes from designer Carol Carrasco's collection entitled 
'Pants for the Man Who Hates to Breathe.' Woman-hater John Stanley is mar- 
ried and the proud father of six daughters. Dotty Campbell and Joyce Chinn 
own a silverware shop — featuring antiques which they removed from our be- 
loved cafeteria. Alice Perry, Ruth Ciccui, Sheila Wallace, Beverly Ayotte, and 
Nancy Hall are all school teachers, who tell jokes like Mr. Kelley, scratch their 
noses like Mr. Hamilton, and get kids out of trouble like Mr. Gallucci. Dolores 
Enos, Janis Iovanna, Barbara McLain and Nancy Henderson are all successful 
nurses who also tell Kelley type jokes, just to needle the patients. Wayne Gardner 
is still wearing his orange socks, but still insists he's collegiate. Paul Bannister is 
Dean of Slippery Scum College, and Judy Croke owns a most successful frog 
hatchery." 

"Well, we certainly do have a star-studded class, Mr. President, and we can 
contribute it all to you because, after all, you were the one who always told us to 
smarten up at our class meetings." 

"I don't deserve all the credit, Miss Drew. That gray-haired man over there 
helped us too. That's Mr. Sullivan, the famous Irish chemist." 

"Now, the Discords, featuring Tommy Hand, Glenn Milley and Owen Marr 
will conclude this, our tenth reunion, with a selection which has been near and 
dear to all of us— our own class song, 'Louie, Louie,' after which we shall return 
to our regularly scheduled program. Good-night." 



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